(Bloomberg) -- Add union-affiliated pensions to the list of groups urging change at the top of Wells Fargo.

CtW Investment Group, which speaks for a consortium of retirement funds managing more than $200 billion, urged the bank’s lead director Friday to appoint new board members and claw back executive pay. It joins U.S. lawmakers and other labor activists demanding senior-level accountability after the San Francisco-based bank opened accounts without customers’ authorization.

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