Wells Fargo Fortune 500 TURBO Report

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Wells Fargo Fortune 500 TURBO Report

Last updated: October 17, 2019

Wells Fargo & Company
420 Montgomery Street
San Francisco, CA 94163
United States
Phone: (866)-878-5865
Sector: Financial Services
Industry: Banks - Global
Full Time Employees: 262,800

The Wells Fargo databahn TURBO Report was researched and developed with the IT sales executive and the IT marketer in mind. Our goal is simple; eliminate the costly research time and help you identify new sales revenue opportunities.

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  1. Create a better and more informed RFP Response proposal
  2. Brief your C-level executives before a sales call
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  4. Develop more effective account based marketing (ABM) programs
  5. Discover sales opportunities you're not aware of
  6. Understand the competitive landscape in the account
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  8. Need accurate contact information & org charts
  9. Insights into IT projects & initiatives
  10. Expand footprint in existing large enterprise accounts

Some of the insights & detailed information you can expect to see in the Wells Fargo databahn TURBO Report:

  • Comprehensive Business Description
  • Latest Earnings Call Highlights from the CEO
  • Accurate Contacts for the Executive Leadership Team and Board of Directors
  • Detailed Org Charts on corporate structure, board of directors, and the executive leadership team
  • Hand curated content from selected articles, interviews, case studies, and success stories (representing dozens of hours of research)
  • Technology Executive Insights to existing IT & telecom systems, projects, initiatives, and internal code names for applications, systems, and IT business units
  • Insights gleaned from technology related job descriptions
  • Important excerpts and highlights from the Annual Report (10-K)

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Amanda G. Norton Senior EVP, Chief Risk Officer, Wells Fargo Wells Fargo *****
Avid Modjtabai Senior EVP, Payments, Virtual Solutions and Innovation, Wells Fargo Wells Fargo *****
C. Allen Parker Interim Chief Executive Officer and President, Wells Fargo Wells Fargo *****
David C. Galloreese Senior EVP, Head of Human Resources, Wells Fargo Wells Fargo *****
Derek A. Flowers Senior EVP, Head of Strategic Execution and Operations, Wells Fargo Wells Fargo *****
Douglas R. Edwards EVP, Interim General Counsel, Wells Fargo Wells Fargo *****
John R. Shrewsberry Senior EVP, Chief Financial Officer, Wells Fargo Wells Fargo *****
Jonathan G. Weiss Senior EVP, Wealth and Investment Management, Wells Fargo Wells Fargo *****
Mary T. Mack Senior EVP, Consumer Banking, Wells Fargo Wells Fargo *****
Perry G. Pelos Senior EVP, Wholesale Banking, Wells Fargo Wells Fargo *****
Richard D. Levy EVP, Controller, Wells Fargo Wells Fargo *****
Saul Van Beurden Senior EVP, Head of Technology, Wells Fargo Wells Fargo *****


C. Allen Parker Interim Chief Executive Officer and President Wells Fargo *****
Celeste A. Clark Principal, Abraham Clark Consulting, LLC, and Retired Senior Vice President Global Public Policy and External Relations and Chief Sustainability Officer, Kellogg Company Wells Fargo *****
Charles H. Noski Retired Vice Chairman and former Chief Financial Officer, Bank of America Corporation Wells Fargo *****
Donald M. James Retired Chairman, Vulcan Materials Company Wells Fargo *****
Elizabeth A. Duke Chair, Wells Fargo & Company, and Former member of the Federal Reserve Board of Governors Wells Fargo *****
James H. Quigley CEO Emeritus and Retired Partner at Deloitte Wells Fargo *****
John D. Baker II Executive Chairman and CEO, FRP Holdings, Inc. Wells Fargo *****
Juan A. Pujadas Retired Principal, PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP, and former Vice Chairman, Global Advisory Services, PwC International Wells Fargo *****
Maria R. Morris Retired Executive Vice President and Head of Global Employee Benefits business, MetLife, Inc. Wells Fargo *****
Ronald L. Sargent Retired Chairman and CEO, Staples, Inc. Wells Fargo *****
Suzanne M. Vautrinot President, Kilovolt Consulting, Inc. and Major General and Commander, United States Air Force (retired) Wells Fargo *****
Theodore F. Craver, Jr. Retired Chairman, President and CEO, Edison International Wells Fargo *****
Wayne M. Hewett Senior Advisor, Permira, and Chairman, DiversiTech Corporation Wells Fargo *****



As Wells Fargo seeks a new CEO, it loses $24 billion in market value

  • Chief Executive Officer Tim Sloan exited the firm abruptly. 
  • Interim CEO Allen Parker said he wasn’t directly involved in the search and didn’t know when it would end.
  • Chair Betsy Duke said the board would act with urgency to recruit an outsider.

BofA's Cathy Bessant in the running for Wells Fargo CEO role

  • Bessant is Charlotte-based Bank of America's Chief Operations and Technology Officer.
  • Wells Fargo previously said its board would search externally to fill the CEO role.

Wells Fargo Unveils Commercial Banking Leadership in the Northeast

  • With its newly formed national Specialized Industries group, Wells Fargo also provides expertise across industries including Food, Beverage & Agribusiness; Investor Real Estate; Government; and Technology through its regional presence.
  • Greg O’Brien has been named division executive for Wells Fargo Commercial Banking’s Northeast Division.
  • “Boston is a key growth market for our company and business” – Kristin Lesher, head of Wells Fargo Commercial Banking’s East Region

Wells Fargo Advisors to Cut Branch Complexes, Prioritizing Digital Transformation

  • Wells Fargo Advisors is trimming more costs from its branch-management structure, cutting the number of complexes in its retail brokerage network by around 15% to 91 from almost 110.
  • Remaining complex managers will be reclassified as “market” leaders, a rubric used by rival Merrill Lynch, and will oversee both “private client group” branch managers and Wells Fargo Bank-based “regional brokerage managers.”
  • Wells Fargo had a tech budget of $9 Billion.

Wells Fargo Names Industry Leaders to Technology Organization

  • Wells Fargo names Gary Owen as Chief Information Security Officer and Head of Information Security, and Steve Hagerman as Head of Consumer Lending Technology.
  • Both will join the company’s Technology organization reporting directly to Saul Van Beurden, Head of Technology.

Wells Fargo could be putting more of its focus on wealth management

  • Wells Fargo is getting ready to jettison certain unessential businesses. Kristi Mitchem, the former head of the bank's asset management group, left earlier this year to lead the global asset management unit at BMO Financial Group.
  • Principal Financial Group was in advanced talks to buy Wells Fargo's retirement plan services businesses, in a deal that could exceed $1 billion.

Wells Fargo Announces Next Step in Technology Transformation

  • A new technology leader will be hired who will report directly to CEO Tim Sloan and will join the Wells Fargo Operating Committee.
  • The new technology leader will lead a combined Enterprise Information Technology and Enterprise Information Security team.
  • “Technology and information security are at the heart of what allows us to satisfy our customers’ financial needs and help them succeed financially" – Tim Sloan, Former CEO of Wells Fargo