Wells Fargo (WFC) may have had to contend with hordes of unruly protestors at its annual meeting held last month, but it continues to get high shareholder marks on pay.

Unlike rival Citigroup Inc., which saw investors reject its executive compensation plan last month, Wells Fargo has earned resounding shareholder approvals in its say-on-pay votes over the last two years. At its annual meeting last month, 96% of shareholders affirmed the San Francisco bank's pay packages for senior executives, in a non-binding vote mandated by the Dodd-Frank Act.

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