Wells Fargo Shares Private Info on 50,000 Clients and Advisors: Report

The inadvertent data release includes clients' portfolio and asset information, as well as FA compensation and client lists, according to The New York Times.

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The inadvertent data release includes clients' portfolio and asset information, as well as FA compensation and client lists, according to The New York Times.

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    The information about the nature of the lawsuit is incorrect. I read the original article and the suit is between the brothers. The subpoena was to the bank concerning records that might relate to the litigation between the parties. This article may have other errors.

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