Wells Fargo opens U.S. Corporate Banking Office in Seattle
Seattle — July 5, 2000
Wells Fargo has opened a U.S. Corporate Banking (USCB) office in Seattle to serve large companies based in the Pacific Northwest that need complex financial services and products.
Wells Fargo's USCB offices in Seattle and Portland provide a full range of financial services to large companies (primarily public ones) based in Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Utah and Alaska.
"Our objective is to provide great customer service and products, to large corporate businesses ranging from forest products to retail, on a more local level," said Steve Anderson, who recently joined Wells Fargo as the USCB regional vice president in Seattle. "We can provide our clients with a complete line of banking services such as credit, treasury management, foreign exchange and trust services, to name a few. Our office in Seattle is part of Wells Fargo's ongoing focus to increase our business activity in the Northwest."
A Seattle native, Anderson has worked in the financial services industry for almost 20 years. Prior to joining Wells Fargo, he also worked at Bank of America and Ernst & Young. Anderson earned a B.A. degree at the University of Washington, and an MBA degree at UCLA.
Founded in 1852, Wells Fargo & Company is a $222 billion diversified financial services company, providing banking, insurance, investments, mortgage and consumer finance through almost 6,000 stores, the internet (www.wellsfargo.com) and other distribution channels across North America, including all 50 states and elsewhere internationally.