Ousted or not, Wells Fargo CEO John Stumpf will enjoy a comfortable retirement

If Wells Fargo & Co. Chief Executive John Stumpf is ousted by his board over the bank’s sales-practices scandal, he will still enjoy a comfortable retirement.

Data provided by the research company Equilar, which monitors corporate governance at publicly traded companies, show that Stumpf already owns stock worth about $74 million. That’s the amount that he earned in stock value during his tenure, based on Wells Fargo’s WFC, +0.07% Thursday closing price.

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Stumpf has stepped down from the Federal Advisory Council, a group of 12 bankers that provides advice to the Federal Reserve on the economy and banking matters.

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