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Wells Fargo claws back another $75m from former bosses

Published on Monday 10th of April 2017 04:30:05 PM in BBC

Wells Fargo has clawed back a further $75m (£60.3m) from two former executives in the wake of a fake accounts scandal.Former boss John Stumpf will give back $28m, while Carrie Tolstedt will lose share options worth $47m.Last year it emerged staff at the bank had set ...

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