“Charlie showed his ability to initiate and manage change, drive results, strengthen operational risk and compliance and innovate in a rapidly changing digital environment,” said Betsy Duke Chairman of Wells Fargo, in a statement. Wells Fargo has appointed Charles Scharf, president and CEO of the Bank of New York Mellon, as the new president and CEO of the Bank of New York Mellon, who starts in October and says what he wants, but that Charlie Scharf is by no means an affordable professional, is evidenced by the fact that he has the BNY Mellon Wells Fargo managed. If the Putten Fargo wants Eileen Murray of Bridgewater to be the next CEO, Wells Fargo may be ready to change. The only thing that makes us doubt Scharf’s ability to lead Putten Fargo is the decision-making process that has led him to agree to lead Putten Fargo. Cathy Bessant is at the top of the list, but she is Wells Fargo. You continue to indignate us with your attitude, Wells Fargo. And now we’re sending Cathy Bessant an edible arrangement to become BofA’s undisputed heir to Brian Moynihan. He is a Jamie Dimon-Acolyte who has acted at the highest level at several major banks, including as CEO of Bank One [he is a Jamie Stan] and BNY. The man was also responsible for the visa, so he is ready to talk about turkey when it comes to cleaning up all this nonsense from the customer accounts. Allen Parker could get the full-time promotion he really doesn’t seem to want it”. But seriously, Sharp is a pretty solid attitude. Everybody wants to make millions by running a $207 billion megabank? No? All right, then. Interesting. And congratulations too, Betsy.