Wells Fargo CEO Sloan received $1 million raise, bank says a day after critical hearing

Interesting…

Wells Fargo WFC, +0.54% Chief Executive Timothy Sloan received total compensation of $18.4 million in 2018, according to the bank’s proxy statement released Wednesday, an increase of $1 million. Though his performance share award was $1 million less, he received a $2 million annual incentive due to what the bank called his “continued leadership on the Company’s top priority of rebuilding trust, and his performance against his 2018 individual qualitative performance objectives.”

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2 responses to “Wells Fargo CEO Sloan received $1 million raise, bank says a day after critical hearing

  1. With all the resentful Tim Sloan gets from his betrayed client, instead of fixing our problem of stolen homes due to scam home 🏠 modification Mr. CEO get $million raise I don’t know what he need all this $ for when any $ attention to client could means a lot

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