You've done it now, Stumpf.
Wells Fargo CEO John Stumpf wants desperately to get his bank back on the good side of Americans.
Wells Fargo is the first of the big U.S. banks to put out its annual proxy statement, meaning CEO John Stumpf is the first bank executive to display fully his 2011 pay: $19.8 million.
Wells Fargo CEO John Stumpf, a beneficiary of European banks' pressure to sell U.S. assets, said his old world competitors are less active sellers than they used to be.
Wells Fargo & Co. disclosed Tuesday that it awarded Chief Executive John Stumpf 27,398 in restricted share rights as part of his 2012 compensation.