Wells Fargo Selects JPMorgan Bank Exec to Lead Offering for Diverse Client List


August 24, 2021

Wells Fargo has hired an executive from JPMorgan Chase, and a former National Football League ball player, to campaign for a more diverse customer base, the company said today.

At Wells, Clarence Nunn will report to Barry Sommers, CEO of the Wealth Management Unit, and Kleber Santos, his Head of Diverse Segments, Representation and Inclusion, and “will define the strategy, manage and develop the partnerships for clients and prospects, ”the firm said. in a press release announcing his hiring.

Nunn had led Chase Commercial Bank’s Southeast Mid-Market Banking and Specialties business, as well as its nation-wide franchise finance business, according to the Wells announcement. He had been listed as a representative of JP Morgan Securities since 2016, according to his BrokerCheck file.

“This important position responds to a key need in our ongoing global and organizational approach. This continues us on the path to deepening our engagement and relationships with employees as well as customer segments critical to expanding our market share, ”Sommers said in a statement included in the report. announcement.

Its mandate will include “building a workforce that represents the clients and the communities we serve, and will strive to bridge racial wealth gaps by providing investment advice that builds a foundation from which create generational wealth, ”Nunn said in her statement.

Prior to joining Chase, Nunn spent 24 years at General Electric, where he was Commercial Director of GE Commercial Distribution Finance and GE Capital Americas, and CEO of GE Capital Fleet Services, Rail Services and Franchise Finance, among other roles, the a declared Wells’ statement.

Between 1988 and 1990, Dunn, who had played varsity ball for San Diego State University, was drafted into the NFL by the New Orleans Saints, played preseason, and signed the the following year as a free agent for the Los Angeles Rams. , and played again in the preseason, according to a Wells spokesperson.

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