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Wells Fargo sued over accounts scandal

Pointing The Finger

Wells Fargo’s board was accused of breaching its duty to investors in a lawsuit that also names Carrie Tolstedt, the executive whose community banking unit created unauthorized customer accounts to reap extra fees.



Gun to RBS

RBS faces a long road to profitability as it seeks to solve its problems

In an era of ultra low interest rates, ever tightening regulation and steep legacy fines, times are tough for banks. But taxpayer-backed RBS, which has not made a full-year profit since 2007 and has seen shares slide 36 per cent in the year to date, is having a particularly rough ride. This is largely through problems of its own making.