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  • Wells Fargo CEO on Capitol Hill testifying on accounts scandal

    Wells Fargo’s CEO Tim Sloan has begun his testimony before the Senate Banking Committee Tuesday, apologizing for a sales scandal and outling reforms tajen at the bank over the past year. The nation’s No. 3 bank by assets is committed to addressing any concern customers have about unwanted products, Sloan said in his opening remarks. “If there is a problem, we want to hear about it,” he said.

Wells Fargo CEO on Capitol Hill testifying on accounts scandal

Wells Fargo’s CEO Tim Sloan has begun his testimony before the Senate Banking Committee Tuesday, apologizing for a sales scandal and outling reforms tajen at the bank over the past year. The nation’s No. 3 bank by assets is committed to addressing any concern customers have about unwanted products, Sloan said in his opening remarks. “If there is a problem, we want to hear about it,” he said.