More than one year ago, Wells Fargo announced that it had opened unauthorized bank accounts. The revelations that followed revealed significant wrongdoing.
Four distinguished panelists look at the events with an eye to identifying lessons for those charged with corporate governance.
Howell Jackson, James S. Reid, Jr. Professor of Law, Harvard Law School.
Michael Halloran, Partner, Halloran, Farkas & Kittila LLP and former EVP and General Counsel of Bank of America
Kenneth Merchant, Deloitte & Touche Chair of Accountancy and Professor of Accounting, USC Marshall School of Business
Sung Hui Kim, Professor of Law, UCLA School of Law and Faculty Director, Program of In-House Counsel, Lowell Milken Institute for Business Law and Policy at UCLA School of Law
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Shearman & Sterling, Report to Independent Directors of the Board of Wells Fargo & Company Sales Practices Investigation , April 10, 2017
Howell E. Jackson, “One Take on the Report to the Independent Directors of Wells Fargo: Vote the Bums Out”
Susan Ochs, “Inside the Banker’s Brain,” Aspen Institute (2014)
Jeremy Kress, “Bored to Death: How Busy Directors Could Cause the Next Financial Crisis”