Wells Fargo’s Sloan Expects to Regain Lost Business With States Within a Few Years

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  • California, Illinois and some cities have suspended dealings
  • ‘Our goal is to win back all of that business and more’

Wells Fargo CEO: 'We Should Have Done More Sooner'

Wells Fargo & Co. Chief Operating Officer Tim Sloan expects to make up lost business with state and local government agencies within a few years after some suspended dealings with the firm when it was caught opening legions of unauthorized accounts for customers.

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