The Wall Street Journal’s Emily Glazer reports that the Securities and Exchange Commission is looking into Wells Fargo’s investor disclosures and other matters relating to its recent fake accounts scandal to see if the bank violated any rules, according to people familiar with the matter.

One source said the SEC requested documents from Wells Fargo in recent weeks after three Democratic senators’ called for the SEC to investigate whether the bank “misled investors and violated whistle blower protections while allegedly engaged in illegal sales activities,” Glazer writes.

Soon after two congressional hearings on the matter, then-Chief Executive John Stumpf resigned. Wells Fargo still faces many state and federal investigations, including by the Justice Department.

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