Regulator faults itself for missing Wells Fargo issues

New York • The nation’s big bank regulator is faulting itself for failing to address the problems at Wells Fargo before it was too late. Bank examiners saw sales problems at Wells Fargo as early as 2010 and met with executives but declined to investigate further, the inspector general at the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency said Wednesday. The comptroller was investigating after it came to light that Wells Fargo workers opened up to 2 million accounts without customer permission as empl...

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