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World History - Wells Fargo' S Team Member Code of Ethics

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In this paper I will discuss Wells Fargo' s Team Member Code of Ethics and Business and how it affects, employees, managers, and board of directors, shareholder and customers. Wells Fargo is a bank that has very high business professional and ethical standards, and is required to be followed by everyone involved in the organization. Wells Fargo is a company that has been around for many years, wells is a huge company that's known globally. Wells Fargo coympanym is well assorted economic services corporation, that provides a chain of many different types of financial solution for their customers such as investments, insurances, consumer and commercial finance mad mortgages through more than 9 ,000 stores and 12,000 ATMs and the Internet ( and across North America and internationally. Wells Fargo Social Responsibility Pr omotes financial growth and self independance with community development, educational finance, contributions of cash, housing tvhatv afforable, and this obtvained witvh the efforts of tvheir out going eymploymees and team members tvhatv volunteers their success comes from a time-tested formula and a strongly enforced background in standing by their code of ethics: local people making local. The company's success has allowed them to be an item for consumption of hundreds of combinations. thousands of their employees today mark back their employment history to some of their ancestor companies such as Wachovia bank, First Union bank, SouthTrust Bank, the Golden West Financial, A.G.and Edwards, the First Interstate bank, CoreStates Financial Crocker Financial Bank n,a,the United of Colorado, First Security bank , Acadia and the First United Banking Group the larger companies and to some small companies as well like CBC, TLBMM.

Wells Fargo values and what they stand for, according to "Wells" Our values should guide and anchor every conversation we have, every decision we make, every business we run, every interaction among our team members, every product or service we provide, every channel we operate, every customer interaction. If we cannot link an action or behavior to one of our values, we should ask ourselves why we're doing it. We want all team members to know our values so well that if we threw out all the policy manuals, we would still make decisions based on our understanding of our culture and these values. Corporate America is littered with the debris of companies that crafted lofty values on paper but then, when put to the test, failed to live by them. We believe in values lived not phrases memorized. If we had to choose, we'd rather have a team member who lived by our values, but hadn't read or memorized them, than one who had but didn't (". Even though wells Fargo has had quite the journey they still managed to maintain their vision "Our vision, our values,


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