A year ago, then-Wells CEO John Stumpf testified before two committees. It went so poorly Stumpf later resigned and his bank is still struggling to repair the damage. Here's how Equifax CEO Richard Smith can avoid the same fate.
Consumer Financial Protection Bureau Director Richard Cordray allegedly misled Congress about the agency's investigation into Wells Fargo's illegal sales practices and may have rushed a settlement with the bank, according to a report by the GOP.
The House passed an appropriations bill that on the surface advanced key regulatory relief provisions sought by banks, but it could also open the door to higher examination fees, particularly for state-chartered banks.