Tuesday, October 4, 2016

Roy Cooper is complicit; "North Carolina is ‘actively monitoring’ Wells Fargo situation, no plans for action"

"North Carolina’s Department of State Treasurer told the Charlotte Business Journal Monday it is “actively monitoring” Wells Fargo & Co.’s (NYSE:WFC) situation and will study whether the bank’s past business practices had any effect on North Carolina government accounts.

Roy Cooper should have known 
Wells Fargo shafted Wachovia shareholders in 2008
and didn't do anything about it as North Carolina's Attorney General

The department says it has no plans to take any additional action at this time.

The Charlotte Business Journal asked about the state’s relationship with the San Francisco-based bank after California and Illinois suspended business with Wells Fargo. Maryland and the city of Philadelphia are also reviewing relationships with the bank at this time.

The city of Charlotte is not planning to review its banking relationship with Wells Fargo outside of a "periodic review process." The bank keeps its largest employee base here.

"We're not aware of any unethical business practices that have been targeted at us," said city spokeswoman Kate Luck..."


Roy Cooper and NC Treasurer Janet Cowell were in position 
to uncover and report securities fraud, insider trading and perjury 
upon a North Carolinas business court during and after the Wachovia Wells Fargo merger
and didn't

"Roy Asberry Cooper III (born June 13, 1957)[1] is an American politician who has been Attorney General of North Carolina since 2001.  Previously he was a member of the North Carolina State Senate. Cooper is a member of the North Carolina Democratic Party, and is running for Governor of North Carolina in the 2016 election[2] against incumbent Pat McCrory."

"N.Y. attorney general lays out complaints against Wells Fargo, Bank of America

Bank of America, Wells Fargo and other large banks are dragging their feet in processing homeowners’ requests for lower monthly payments under the $25 billion national mortgage settlement, said New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman...

...North Carolina Attorney General Roy Cooper told reporters Tuesday that some banks “have fallen short” of complying with the deal but declined to name names..."


Roy Cooper is in Wells Fargo's back pocket

Janet Cowell and Roy Cooper, overcharging North Carolina State employees in retirement plans and the Wachovia, Wells Fargo merger


"Secrecy in Pensions Triggers Legislative Brawl in North Carolina"


NC Treasurer Janet Cowell Contributions; "Law Firms Seek Cut of State Pension Litigation" and Pay to Play


"NC Pension Accused of Pay-to-Play Violations"


NC State Treasurer Janet Cowell's answer to the following question in 2012


NC Treasurer Janet Cowell "Investors as contributors"


Robinson Bradshaw pay to play