The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau warned financial companies on Monday to properly manage employee incentives that can pose significant risks to consumers, part of the ongoing fallout from Wells Fargo's phony account openings.

Though the agency did not mention Wells by name in its bulletin, it provided examples of past enforcement and supervisory actions where incentives played a role. The CFPB said it wanted to remind companies about the downside risks of incentives and the use of sales quotas, and how companies should monitor them.

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