Wells Fargo’s Wealth-Management Business Under Scrutiny

Industry watchdogs turn their focus on Wells’ wealth-management services It seems that we may not have yet seen the end of the Wells Fargo accounts scandal. The Justice Department has taken an increased interest in Wells Fargo’s wealth-management unit following whistle-blower claims that the bank’s wealth-management customers have been affected. According to a Wall Street … Continue reading Wells Fargo’s Wealth-Management Business Under Scrutiny »

In Wells Fargo Accounts Fraud Case, the Hits Keep Coming

We all remember that nastiness about Wells Fargo, right? You know, that little PR debacle where it turned out that, due to unrealistic sales initiatives, Wells Fargo employees initiated accounts fraud against millions of consumers. After the story broke, Wells Fargo lost a major vote of consumer confidence. The following weeks saw many customers closing … Continue reading In Wells Fargo Accounts Fraud Case, the Hits Keep Coming »

Morgan Stanley Ethical Conduct in Question

Bad Week for Big Banks Some of the nation’s top banks are facing another bad week, legally and financially as they are subjected to increased scrutiny and demand for reparations from federal regulators. Wells Fargo faces a continued inquest into the extent of its accounts fraud scandal as regional and municipal governments, including Hillsborough County, … Continue reading Morgan Stanley Ethical Conduct in Question »

Big Banks: Lesson (Un)Learned

The Cause Big banks on Wall Street had been left unchecked for too long and the introduction of sub-prime lending tactics sealed the fate of U.S. financial stability. A culture of smoke-and-mirrors misleading consumers, coupled with a dire lack of regulatory oversight allowed big banks to run rampant. Years of bad banking tactics caught up … Continue reading Big Banks: Lesson (Un)Learned »