Wells Fargo & Co. said the Labor Department and other federal agencies are investigating its 401(k) plan.  The agencies are “reviewing certain transactions associated with the employee stock ownership plan feature of the company’s 401(k) plan, including the manner in ...

Wells Fargo & Co. is planning to bring employees back to the office in mid-March, after the firm’s return plans were repeatedly upended last year due to Covid-19 surges. Most groups, including customer-facing employees and those in enterprise functions, will ...

After a selloff that put global stocks on course for their worst month since the start of the pandemic, strategists from Goldman Sachs Group Inc. to Citigroup Inc. say it’s now time to buy. “Any further significant weakness at the ...

Wells Fargo & Co. got another regulatory order lifted, the latest sign of progress for Chief Executive Charlie Scharf’s quest to turn around the scandal-plagued bank.  The Office of the Comptroller of the Currency terminated a 2015 order over add-on ...

Wells Fargo & Co. again reported a drop in its overall head count of financial advisers Friday as part of its fourth-quarter results, but the rate of decline is less than the previous quarter’s and the average revenue per adviser ...

Deal-making in the wealth management industry continues to pop with this week’s announcement that two big registered investment advisers, The Tiedemann Group and Alvarium Investments Ltd., will merge. The two have reached an agreement to combine with Cartesian Growth Corp. ...

Sen. Elizabeth Warren urged the Federal Reserve to force Wells Fargo & Co. to separate its traditional banking and Wall Street businesses, after the lender was handed fresh regulatory action and a $250 million fine this month. In a letter to Federal ...

Wells Fargo & Co. will pay a $250 million fine after the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency said the company has deficiencies in its home-lending business and violated a 2018 order tied to past consumer missteps.  The order, ...

Five years into the scandals that have already cost Wells Fargo & Co. more than $5 billion in fines and legal settlements, regulators are privately signaling they’re still not satisfied with the bank’s progress in compensating victims and shoring up ...

A former top executive at Wells Fargo & Co. at the center of the bank’s fake accounts scandal is asserting her constitutional right against self-incrimination to push back against claims by the Securities Exchange Commission that she misled investors.  Carrie ...