A top Wells Fargo executive and a former employee painted very different pictures of the culture and oversight at the San Francisco bank during a hearing by a California Assembly committee.

David Galasso, a Wells executive vice president and lead regional president for northern and central California, sought to portray the roughly two million phony accounts opened by former employees as a rare aberration that he personally had never witnessed.

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