Wells Fargo & Co. CEO Charles Scharf found himself on a conference call with analysts this month having to explain why his bank was still in trouble with regulators a decade after a massive phantom-account scandal began coming to light.

“While our risk and regulatory hasn’t always followed a straight line, and we have more work to do, we’ve made significant progress,” Scharf said on the Jan. 13 call.

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