City National Bank sticks with cross-selling, a strategy that led up to Wells Fargo's scandal

by www.latimes.com

When Toronto’s Royal Bank of Canada bought L.A.’s City National Bank, it was a deal built on the idea of cross-selling — offering more services to existing customers.

That’s a common strategy across the banking industry, but one that’s been tarnished by the scandal over unauthorized accounts at...


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