Wells Fargo has amended its bylaws to requires separate chairman and chief executive roles, the latest change in corporate policy after the bank's phony-accounts scandal.

Wells will now require both the chairman and vice chairman to be independent directors, the San Francisco company announced in a press release Thursday. The amendment was adopted by the board on Tuesday.

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