Wells Fargo “sandbagger”-in-chief in charge of phony account division received $124 million in exit pay – Salon.com

The Wells Fargo executive who ran the division in which employees created two million unauthorized accounts — a process referred to as “sandbagging” within the company — will not face the same fate as the 5,300 people whose work she ostensibly oversaw. Instead of being fired, the so-called “sandbagger”-in-chief, Carrie Tolstedt, will walk away with $124 million in stock, options, and shares in Wells Fargo.Had the company fired Tolstedt instead of allowing her to retire, she would have been forced to forfeit at least $45 million of that windfall, and while it is still possible for Wells Fargo to recoup some of that exit pay if her actions are deemed to have hurt the company’s reputation, it is unlikely to do so.

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Source: Wells Fargo “sandbagger”-in-chief in charge of phony account division received $124 million in exit pay – Salon.com

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