US Banking Examiner, Sanctioned After Wells Fargo Scandal, Probes His Agency
A senior U.S. national bank inspector punished in the aftermath of the Wells Fargo sham-accounts scandal sued federal banking regulators on Tuesday for information about their investigation of him. The examiner, Bradley Linskens, who joined the U.S. Office of the Comptroller of the Currency in 1993, filed the public-records lawsuit in Washington federal district court.
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