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Who we are

Wells Fargo Commercial Banking provides market-leading solutions, industry expertise, and insights to help enable our clients' growth and success, enhancing the communities we serve.


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Combat cybercrime with industry collaboration

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Our industry expertise

We serve large corporations, mid-sized companies, governments, and not-for profits

Our services

We can tailor a comprehensive suite of services and solutions to help fit your situation, whether you're riding out seasonal sales fluctuations, expanding into overseas markets, or looking for ways to improve working capital performance.

Middle Market Banking

Whether you're expanding your business, managing financial risk, or looking to stay more competitive, our commercial bankers can provide options to help your business thrive. 

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Commercial Financing

Our experienced team can help you access the financing to support your business and your ever-changing goals.

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Treasury Management

Conduct business differently and more easily through technology, with solutions that offer payment and receivables optimization, fraud protection, liquidity management, and more. 

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Our commitment

Learn how Chef Merito cooked up multimillion-dollar success

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Betting on burgers: How a mother and her daughters built a McDonald’s franchise empire

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Commercial Banking products and services are provided by Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. and its subsidiaries and affiliates. Wells Fargo Bank, N.A., a bank affiliate of Wells Fargo & Company, is not liable or responsible for obligations of its affiliates. Deposits held in non-U.S. branches are not FDIC insured. Products and services require credit approval.

Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. Member FDIC. Deposits held in non-U.S. branches are not FDIC insured.