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Wells Fargo & Co. (WFC)

Employees
Data from SEC filings
Employee count
CEO pay ratio
CEO Salary
Median Employee Salary
ESG framework mentions
In last year of SEC filings
Sustainability Accounting Standards Board (SASB)
Global Reporting Initiative (GRI)
Task Force on Climate-related Financial Disclosures (TCFD)
UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)
No mentions
ESG term mentions
In last year of SEC filings
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Shareholder alignment
Vote support at last AGM


The Company held its annual meeting of shareholders on April 26, 2022. At the meeting, shareholders elected all 14 of the director nominees nominated by the Board of Directors as each director nominee received a greater number of votes cast “for” his or her election than votes cast “against” his or her election, as reflected below. In addition, shareholders approved, on an advisory basis, the compensation of the Company’s named executives as disclosed in the Proxy Statement, approved the Plan and ratified the appointment of KPMG LLP as the Company’s independent registered public accounting firm for 2022. The shareholders did not approve the seven shareholder proposals presented at the meeting. The final voting results for each item presented at the meeting are set forth below. Voting results are, when applicable, reported by rounding fractional share voting up or down to the nearest round number.


Election of Director Nominees
DIRECTORFOR%1AGAINSTABSTENTIONSBROKER
NON-VOTES
Steven D. Black2,614,873,31990.88%262,490,28214,452,737361,307,657
Mark A. Chancy2,817,694,29997.93%59,573,18914,548,850361,307,657
Celeste A. Clark2,704,397,65494.02%171,930,12815,484,682361,311,531
Theodore F. Craver, Jr.2,794,161,45297.12%82,812,16214,842,725361,307,657
Richard K. Davis2,825,995,09398.21%51,573,31114,247,935361,307,657
Wayne M. Hewett2,618,702,34691.05%257,407,60515,706,387361,307,657
CeCelia (“CeCe”) G. Morken2,825,664,33398.18%52,263,95513,888,051361,307,657
Maria R. Morris2,691,412,53693.56%185,382,84615,017,083361,311,531
Felicia F. Norwood2,825,863,60498.19%52,117,94913,834,786361,307,657
Richard B. Payne, Jr.2,822,788,88198.11%54,408,43614,618,922361,307,757
Juan A. Pujadas2,817,155,30397.90%60,514,62114,146,315361,307,757
Ronald L. Sargent2,738,029,20495.17%139,076,30714,710,728361,307,757
Charles W. Scharf2,812,689,20597.69%66,593,44212,533,592361,307,757
Suzanne M. Vautrinot2,789,438,21496.91%89,025,74513,352,279361,307,757









Advisory Resolution to Approve Executive Compensation (Say on Pay)
FOR%2AGAINSTABSTENTIONSBROKER
NON-VOTES
2,107,253,18272.87%762,867,23321,694,424361,309,157

Approve the Company's 2022 Long-Term Incentive Plan
FOR%1AGAINSTABSTENTIONSBROKER
NON-VOTES
2,749,948,43495.59%126,741,01715,124,214361,310,331

Ratify the Appointment of KPMG LLP as the Company’s Independent Registered Public Accounting Firm for 2022
FOR%2AGAINSTABSTENTIONSBROKER
NON-VOTES
3,065,240,26094.22%178,135,1139,748,6230

Shareholder Proposal – Policy for Management Pay Clawback Authorization
FOR%2AGAINSTABSTENTIONSBROKER
NON-VOTES
206,835,7027.15%2,646,171,38638,808,351361,308,557

Shareholder Proposal – Report on Incentive-Based Compensation and Risks of Material Losses
FOR%2AGAINSTABSTENTIONSBROKER
NON-VOTES
684,874,17123.68%2,185,409,31321,529,881361,310,631

Shareholder Proposal – Racial and Gender Board Diversity Report
FOR%2AGAINSTABSTENTIONSBROKER
NON-VOTES
333,652,57511.54%2,515,900,12942,262,736361,308,557

Shareholder Proposal – Report on Respecting Indigenous Peoples' Rights
FOR%2AGAINSTABSTENTIONSBROKER
NON-VOTES
741,096,48125.63%2,118,654,06632,061,918361,311,531

Shareholder Proposal – Climate Change Policy
FOR%2AGAINSTABSTENTIONSBROKER
NON-VOTES
312,232,51710.80%2,426,627,443152,956,378361,307,657









Shareholder Proposal – Conduct a Racial Equity Audit
FOR%2AGAINSTABSTENTIONSBROKER
NON-VOTES
1,033,495,59935.74%1,828,552,35229,764,513361,311,531

Shareholder Proposal – Charitable Donations Disclosure
FOR%2AGAINSTABSTENTIONSBROKER
NON-VOTES
127,898,6184.42%2,734,887,48729,030,234361,307,657

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1 Votes cast for the proposal as a percentage of total votes cast for and against.
2 Votes cast for the proposal as a percentage of total votes cast for and against and abstentions.