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Wells Fargo Forced To Unload Numerous Assets During Spring To ...

3 days ago by International Business Times

As it issued more loans in spring the banking company had to sell off other assets to abide by Fed rules set after 2016 scandal.

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Senators ask Wells Fargo CEO Scharf to explain faltered ...

3 days ago by Banking Dive

Sens. Elizabeth Warren, D-MA, and Brian Schatz, D-HI, wrote Wells Fargo CEO Charlie Scharf on Wednesday, asking him to provide details by Aug. 12 of what ...

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Wells Fargo Sold Assets to Stay Under Fed Asset Cap as Markets ...

3 days ago by Wall Street Journal

Wells Fargo unloaded hundreds of millions of dollars of assets during this spring's market collapse to stay out of trouble with the Federal Reserve.

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Wells Fargo trimming more local branches as part of broader ...

3 days ago by Philadelphia Business Journal

The region's largest bank filed to close 38 branches — three in the Philadelphia region — just weeks after CEO Charlie Scharf said the bank needed cut $10 ...

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Wells Fargo Sold Assets to Remain Under Fed Asset Cap: Report

3 days ago by ThinkAdvisor

The bank took the measure as customers borrowed billions on credit lines due to fallout from the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Wells Fargo sold assets to stay under Fed cap during market tumult ...

3 days ago by Seeking Alpha

Wells Fargo (WFC -2.1%) sold hundreds of millions of dollars of assets during the spring's market turmoil to keep its assets under the limit the Fed impose.

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