Wells Fargo will face another ethics-related challenge in the coming weeks. A former Wells Fargo district manager claims in a federal suit in Connecticut that the bank fired him for his effort to train staff in the aftermath of the fake-accounts scandal. Meanwhile, a top-official at the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency is suing his agency in Washington for information about why supervisors reprimanded him for his role in overseeing Wells Fargo.

This story was updated with comment from Wells Fargo.

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