The chief executive officer of Wells Fargo & Co. sat down to talk about a number of issues — including the bank’s recent scandals and home lending to minorities.

Following the disclosure in 2016 that the San Francisco-based company had created millions of unauthorized accounts, then-CEO John Stumpf was ousted.

Stepping up to take the reins was Tim Sloan, a long-time executive who, at the time, was Wells Fargo’s chief financial officer.

Source: Mortgage Daily