Wells Fargo & Co
The San Francisco-based bank has said repeatedly over the last several months that it will repay the money from the Troubled Asset Relief Program as soon as practical and in a shareholder friendly manner.
When analysts at the Goldman Sachs conference asked Stumpf to give details as to how and when the money might be returned, he declined to comment beyond repeating this statement.
Bank of America Corp
In a research report UBS analysts wrote that most banks are unlikely to repay funds received under the bailout plan at least until 2010 or beyond, and the regulators will set different terms for different banks.
Banks with stronger capital positions and more earning visibility, including Wells Fargo and PNC Financial Services
(Reporting by Elinor Comlay, editing by Dave Zimmerman.)