High-profile politico calls for Wells Fargo CEO Tim Sloan to leave

California Treasurer and gubernatorial candidate John Chiang turned up the heat on Wells Fargo CEO Tim Sloan, calling for the long-time veteran of the bank to resign.

Chiang sought Sloan’s resignation in a letter sent to the bank March 1 after Wells (NYSE: WFC) said four directors are retiring at this year's annual meeting in April.

The call wrapped up a tumultuous week for the bank's West Coast operations. The New York Times reported earlier this week the lender faces a whistleblower lawsuit…

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