Former Wells Fargo & Co. general counsel Allen Parker, who is leaving the bank March 31, earned $8.3 million for his 2019 work, according to the definitive proxy statement filed Monday.

The San Francisco-based bank filed its statement with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission in advance of its April 28 board meeting, when it will vote on the executive compensation packages. Parker, who was not available for comment Tuesday, was hired as general counsel in 2017 but spent most of 2019 serving as interim CEO.

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