Wealth management profits rose 12% at Wells Fargo, providing a small measure of relief to a bank buffeted by scandal
The scandal involving employees allegedly opening unauthorized accounts on behalf of clients has damaged the wirehouse's reputation. It cost the bank $185 million in fines as well as its long serving CEO, John Stumpf, who resigned earlier this week after having given up $41 million in compensation.
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