Waters, who grilled Sloan during a four-hour hearing into Wells Fargo’s consumer abuse issues on Tuesday, has called for his removal before. Other politicians, including Sen. Elizabeth Warren, a Democrat running for president, have also called for Sloan to resign, and Wall Street analysts have speculated that Sloan’s job may be in jeopardy.
One bank regulator, the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency, said Tuesday that it “continued to be disappointed” with Wells Fargo’s efforts on risk management and corporate governance.
“It was very clear from Mr. Sloan’s testimony that Wells Fargo has failed to clean up its act,” Waters said. “Mr. Sloan shouldn’t be getting a bonus, he should be shown the door.”