Two of the financial industry's biggest names - Goldman Sachs and JPMorgan Chase & Co. - are in the race for Wall Street supremacy in the $3 trillion global market for exchange-traded funds.
As the scandal over Wells Fargo's bogus consumer accounts was coming to a head this summer, executives concluded they had to act. It was time for a chat with Carrie Tolstedt, the manager who oversaw the retail business. The man assigned to do the messy task: Tim Sloan, the bank's 56-year-old president, chief operating officer and trusted No.
(Bloomberg) - Two of the financial industry's biggest names - Goldman Sachs and JPMorgan Chase - are in the race for Wall Street supremacy in the $3 trillion global market for ETFs. Goldman Sachs won the first leg by pulling in a couple billion dollars in ETF assets in a year.
Wells Fargo & Co. Chief Executive Officer John Stumpf's grilling at a Capitol Hill hearing Tuesday boiled down to this on Wall Street: It was ugly, but not a disaster -- maybe even a good time to buy the bank's stock.
Copyright Chris Hondros, Getty Images (Bloomberg) -- Two of the financial industry's biggest names -- Goldman Sachs Group Inc. and JPMorgan Chase & Co. -- are in the race for Wall Street supremacy in the $3 trillion global market for exchange-traded funds.
Two of the financial industry's biggest names -- Goldman Sachs Group Inc. and JPMorgan Chase & Co. -- are in the race for Wall Street supremacy in the $3 trillion global market for exchange-traded funds. Goldman Sachs won the first leg by pulling in a couple billion dollars in ETF assets in a year.
"Claudia decided to take a personal leave of absence for personal reasons," Messick said. The leave takes effect a day before Chief Executive John Stumpf is scheduled to testify before the Senate Banking Committee. On Sept. 8, U.S. regulators including the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau fined Wells Fargo $185 million to settle an investigation into the unauthorized accounts.
Wells Fargo & Co., facing calls to hold senior managers accountable for a scandal over unauthorized customer accounts, said a top risk manager has taken a leave of absence on the eve of Chief Executive Officer John Stumpf's testimony before the Senate Banking Committee.
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