Earlier today, we finally got the first glimpse into the full scope of the exodus, when the largest US mortgage lender revealed its latest retail metrics, and they were a disaster.
The bank reported that retail customers opened 44% fewer new accounts in October relative to a year ago, after the bank’s record-setting settlement with regulators over its cross-selling scandal which cost ex-CEO John Stumpf his job.
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The drop was 27 percent compared with September, the bank also reported, while new credit-card applications crashed by 50% to 200,000 in October, the first full month since the lender disclosed the settlement on Sept. The bank took the plunge in new business in stride: "As expected, we continued to see declines in new account openings,” Wells' new CEO Tim Sloan said in the statement.