Campaign Updates

NATIONWIDE —  In response to the Federal Reserve’s announcement that it will ease growth restrictions, following toxic sales scandal exposed in 2016, Committee for Better Banks Organizing Directors Nick Weiner and Erin Mahoney issued the following statement:

Committee for Better Banks

For Immediate Release: March 10, 2020

Media Contact: [email protected], 603-339-0042

Committee for Better Banks Responds to Wells Fargo CEO Charles Scharf’s Promise to ‘Absolutely Work on a Bill of Rights’

KILIAN COLIN, Fmr. Wells Employee: A bank workers’ bill of rights would help Wells Fargo turn the page on its systemic malfeasance of the past

Committee for Better Banks

For Immediate Release: March 9, 2020

Media Contact: [email protected], 603-339-0042

Committee for Better Banks: Wells Fargo Resignations Not Enough to Turn the Page on Scandal, Systemic Problems

CBB calls on last two pre-2016 board directors, John D. Baker II and Donald M. James, to resign

Committee for Better Banks

For Immediate Release: March 3, 2020

Media Contact: [email protected], 603-339-0042

Committee for Better Banks: CFPB SCOTUS Case Puts Consumer, Workers Rights at Risk

NATIONWIDE — Ahead of today’s oral arguments on the constitutionality of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s leadership structure to be heard in front of the U.S. Supreme Court, Erin Mahoney, lead organizer at Committee for Better Banks, said:

Committee for Better Banks

Contact: Tian Weinberg, [email protected]n.com, 646-701-4356 

Zoe PiSierra, [email protected], 646-339-0042

Committee for Better Banks: $3 Billion Wells Fargo Settlement Does Not Change Corrupt Culture at Heart of Scandal

Calls on CEO to meet with front-line bank workers who exposed the scandal 

Committee for Better Banks

For Immediate Release: February 21, 2020

Media Contact: Zoe PiSierra, [email protected], 603-339-0042

For Immediate Release: January 23, 2020

Media Contact: [email protected], 603-339-0042

NATIONWIDE — In response to fines and work restrictions brought against former Wells Fargo executives by the federal Office of the Comptroller of the Currency, Committee for Better Banks member Patrick Creaven, a five-year Wells Fargo Communications Associate from Concord, Calif., said:

With CEO Tim Sloan recently announcing his retirement, Wells Fargo workers traveled to Dallas to urge shareholders to support resolutions requiring the bank to issue reports on incentive pay and gender pay equity at its annual meeting. Bank workers also delivered (yet again) a petition demanding the bank’s leadership meet with the Committee for Better Banks. to appeal to Wells Fargo shareholders at the bank’s annual shareholder meeting attend.