Fed Vice Chairman Randal Quarles to recuse himself from Wells Fargo matters HW+Dec 15, 2017
Aiming to avoid “even the potential appearance of a conflict of interest,” Federal Reserve Vice Chairman will recuse himself from matters involving Wells Fargo, the Fed announced Friday. Quarles said that he sold all of his stock in Wells Fargo after being confirmed as a Fed governor, but added that he is taking this “voluntary” step even though he is not legally required to.
Randal Quarles officially takes over as FedÕ point person on banking supervision HW+Oct 13, 2017
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