Wells Fargo recently placed the head of its Chicago private banking office and two other senior executives on leave pending an internal investigation. Chip Flannagan, was the senior vice president and regional managing director and has run Wells Fargo’s local wealth management offices since 2007 after being the wealth management director at LaSalle Bank, also in Chicago. Scott Landau, a former LaSalle bank executive was also suspended, as well as J. Scott Voight. If you invested with Wells Fargo, you may be entitled to recover your money losses on a contingency fee basis. We are Chicago-based and Barrington, Illinois-based attorneys who sue firms like Wells Fargo in the arbitration process to help clients recover investment losses. We do this on a contingency fee basis, so we only get money if you recover yours. Please call today as there is no obligation and the call is free. 312-332-4200.
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