Wells Fargo Sued by Shareholders Over Cross-Selling ScandalBy
CEO accused of misleading investors about Tolstedt retirement
Investor seeks class action status for others over 2 1/2 years
Wells Fargo & Co. was accused of misleading shareholders about its opening of unauthorized accounts and blamed for a 9 percent drop in the bank’s stock price when details became public this month.
The San Francisco-based bank deceived investors for years about its fraudulent practice of cross-selling financial products and misrepresented the success of its model, according to the complaint filed Monday in San Francisco federal court. The investor who sued seeks class-action status on behalf of all shareholders from Feb. 26, 2014, to Sept. 15, 2016…
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