Wells Fargo Employee Barred for Alleged Theft and Obstruction

A former Wells Fargo broker, Andrew J. Egber, has been barred from the financial industry by the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA).

Allegations of Theft

Wells Fargo filed an amended report stating that an internal review had begun over allegations of possible theft of client funds by Egber.

Refusal to Cooperate

FINRA requested information and testimony from Egber to investigate the allegations. However, Egber refused to cooperate.


For his refusal to cooperate, Egber has been barred from working in any capacity for any FINRA member organization. The disciplinary action will be part of his permanent record and made public.


The bar against Egber prevents him from working in the financial industry and protects investors from potential misconduct.