OCC settles with former general counsel of Wells Fargo.

Photo from Wells Fargo’s museum in San Diego by James Ulvog.

On 1/12/21, former general counsel James Strother of Wells Fargo signed a Consent Order with the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency.

He agreed to pay the U.S. Government $3.5 million for his role in the sales practice fiasco. Payment is due within 10 days via wire transfer.

He also agreed to a Cease and Desist order to not violate any banking laws in the future. He is required to notify any current and all future employers of the C&D, providing them a copy of the order.

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2 thoughts on “OCC settles with former general counsel of Wells Fargo.”

  1. Just shy of murder or blatant piracy, don’t expect bank or Wall Street executives of the large companies , to get more than a slap on the wrist. It is what it is and you can’t fight city hall.

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