Dallas â¢ Itâs the topic the banking industry canât avoid, even when people prefer not to mention it by name: Wells Fargo.
Banking executives and consultants who normally focus on checking accounts and credit cards spent a recent conference talking about âcross-sellingâ and âincentive compensation.â Those are code words for Wells Fargo, and the up to 2 million accounts that its employees opened without customer permission as they sought to meet unrealistic sales goals.
And circulating among Wells...
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