What did Wells Fargo pay for Wachovia?

Answer Wells Fargo paid approximately $15.1 billion for Wachovia. The acquisition was finalized in October 2008. The combined company has community banks in 39 of the 50 states and Washington, D.C.Referen... Read More »

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What is the SWIFT Code for Wells Fargo Bank?

The SWIFT Code is what banks use to identify International banks. The SWIFT Code for Wells Fargo Bank is “WFBIUS6S.” When making wire transfers, you need the routing number, bank account number... Read More »

What is the grace period for Wells Fargo home equity loans?

Home equity loans and lines of credit offered through Wells Fargo do not have grace periods; interest begins to accrue immediately on the loan balance at a fixed annual percentage rate (APR). Inter... Read More »

Is Wells Fargo FHA-insured?

Wells Fargo is FHA-insured and has more than 30 years experience dealing with the Federal Housing Administration. Wells Fargo is a company that specializes in financing, mortgage, insurance and ban... Read More »

Who owns Wells Fargo?

Wells Fargo is a public company that is owned by many shareholders. The company is listed on the New York Stock Exchange under the symbol WFC. The largest shareholder of Wells Fargo is Berkshire H... Read More »