Wells Fargo Risk Officer Takes Leave on Eve of Senate Hearing

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  • Claudia Russ Anderson began unpaid leave Monday, lender says
  • Anderson was replaced in August by Albrecht, spokeswoman says

Wells Fargo CEO John Stumpf: 'I Am Deeply Sorry'

Wells Fargo & Co., facing calls to hold senior managers accountable for a scandal over unauthorized customer accounts, said a top risk manager has taken a leave of absence on the eve of Chief Executive Officer John Stumpf’s testimony before the Senate Banking Committee.

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