CHARLOTTE, N.C.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Wells Fargo & Company (NYSE: WFC) — among the top bank credit providers to government, education, nonprofits, and health care in the United States — said today that Patrice DeCorrevont has joined the company as a Government & Institutional Banking (GIB) division manager. She is based in Chicago.
In her new role, the former JPMorgan executive will focus on development, implementation, and management of strategies to grow GIB customer relationships and cross-sell nationwide. An executive vice president, DeCorrevont reports to Phil Smith, head of Wells Fargo Government & Institutional Banking, which is based in Charlotte.
“Patrice provides an immediate competitive edge to Wells Fargo customers across the U.S.,” said Smith, “Her three decades of experience with large public sector, municipal, nonprofit, and education clients span all economic cycles.”
A 31-year financial services veteran, DeCorrevont has served, since 2008, as senior vice president and managing director for JPMorgan Chase & Company. As a managing director and head of Government, Not-For-Profit and Healthcare, she led a team of more than 600 people. Before that, she oversaw JPMorgan Securities’ Fixed Income business. DeCorrevont also managed the sales, trading, and syndicate desk at First Chicago and American National Bank, Chicago.
Throughout the country’s government and institutional sector, DeCorrevont is well known for her strong customer relationships and commitment to clients, according to Smith.
Today’s Chicago Woman selected DeCorrevont to its list of 100 Women of Inspiration in 2014. Her community service includes board memberships at Lurie Children’s Hospital of Chicago, Notre Dame Club of Chicago, Women Employed, Cristo Rey Jesuit High School, and Texas Christian University Chancellor’s Advisory Council. She is a former Municipal Securities Rulemaking Board member.
A graduate of Notre Dame, DeCorrevont earned her MBA from the University of Chicago Booth School of Business.
About Government & Institutional Banking
Wells Fargo Government & Institutional Banking supports more than 4,000 government, education, nonprofit, and healthcare clients across the United States. GIB organizes specialized commercial banking and capital markets teams under one business, offering an integrated approach to provide the most value for its clients. GIB's Education and Nonprofit Banking group works with education providers in public and private schools, colleges, and universities and with charitable institutions, social service organizations, cultural institutions, professional associations, labor unions, and other nonprofit organizations.
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