U.S. banking regulators said Monday that Wells Fargo has fixed deficiencies in its federally required ‘living will,’ a blueprint designed to detail how the bank could be dismantled in a failure without relying on taxpayer bailouts.
U.S. banking regulators said Monday that Wells Fargo has fixed deficiencies in its federally required ‘living will,’ a blueprint designed to detail how the bank could be dismantled in a failure without relying on taxpayer bailouts. Ben Margot AP
U.S. banking regulators said Monday that Wells Fargo has fixed deficiencies in its federally required ‘living will,’ a blueprint designed to detail how the bank could be dismantled in a failure without relying on taxpayer bailouts. Ben Margot AP
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Regulators lift sanctions on Wells Fargo after fixes made to ‘living will’

April 24, 2017 9:49 PM