Wells Fargo Separates Chairman, CEO Roles Formally After Scandal
Friday, 2 December 2016 Bank holding company Wells Fargo & Co., amid struggles to re-establish itself after the fake-account scandal, on Thursday said it has separated the roles of the Chairman and Chief Executive Officer formally, by amending the company's By-Laws. The amendment is also for the Chairman and Vice Chairman of the Board to be independent directors. The amendments were effective immediately.
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