The board, for starters. And regulators could have stepped up too.
The bank's executive heads are going to the House on Thursday for another grilling.
Senators want to see some higher-ups go down after the company's false account scandal.
Policies that allow companies to take back bonuses are common but rarely used.
A group of senators is asking whether the company will take back bonuses from managers who might have benefited from the scandal.
Some bank employees, under quota pressure, opened accounts in customers’ names without their permission.