GC of Scandal-Plagued Wells Fargo Postpones Retirement

GC of Scandal-Plagued Wells Fargo Postpones Retirement

Jennifer Williams-Alvarez

Wells Fargo & Co general counsel James Strother, who planned to retire at the end of this year, will stay on indefinitely as top lawyer in order to deal with the aftermath of the bank's recent fake accounts scandal. Strother turned 65 earlier this year, triggering the company's mandatory age-based retirement policy for members of the operating committee.

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