U.S. Bank CEO: Employees shouldn't disparage Wells Fargo over scandal
Fair warning to any U.S. Bank employees looking to capitalize on competitor Wells Fargo’s recently tarnished reputation: Don’t.
Or at least don’t use an orange flier.
“So help me God, if I find a branch in one market with an orange flier that says if you bank at Wells come to U.S. Bank, they’re going to be let go,” said U.S. Bank CEO Richard Davis, at an investor’s event in New York on Thursday. “That’s not the way we do business. It will come to us if we’ve earned it.”