Wells Fargo women take the reigns in Arizona

Business News | 10 Jun |

This week, Wells Fargo unveiled a new commercial banking structure. As part of the integrated business model that combines business banking and middle-market banking segments, two women have been announced as the top leader for all of commercial banking in Arizona. 

• Jennifer Anderson has been named Market Executive, Wells Fargo Commercial Banking. Her territory covers Northern Arizona, including Phoenix, Scottsdale and Northwest Valley.

• Keri Tignini has been named Market Executive, Wells Fargo Commercial Banking. Her territory covers Metro Phoenix and Southern Arizona.

Anderson leads teams focused on serving the financial needs of business banking and middle market banking customers in Metro Phoenix and Northern Arizona.

Before her current role, Jennifer was the Mountain regional division manager for Wells Fargo’s business banking group, leading teams in Arizona, Colorado, Idaho, Montana, Utah and Wyoming. She is a 22-year Wells Fargo veteran, with prior positions as Desert Mountain regional manager, East Valley and Southern Arizona area manager, Scottsdale business banking manager, and Business relationship manager.

An Arizona native, Jennifer earned her bachelor degree and master degree in agribusiness at Arizona State University. She finished Pacific Coast Banking School in 2005 with honors and was a member of Scottsdale Leadership Class 18.

Anderson currently serves on the Arizona Bioscience board and the Arizona Bankers Association board. She is also an Executive Board Member for the Greater Phoenix Economic Council (GPEC).

Tignini is a market executive for Wells Fargo Commercial Banking in Arizona. Based in Phoenix, Keri leads teams focused on serving the financial needs of business banking and middle market banking customers in Metro Phoenix and Southern Arizona.

Before her current role, Keri was a team lead for middle market banking in Arizona. Shehas22years’experienceinthebankingindustryinArizonainthe functions of commercial banking, commercial real estate lending, and private client services. Keri joined Wells Fargo in 2000 and completed the company’s Credit Management Training Program in 2001.

A Montana native, Keri graduated Cum Laude from the University of Arizona with a Bachelor of Science degree in Finance. Keri is active in the community having served on the boards for Arizona Business Leadership and as the Finance Chair on the board for Cortney’s Place, a premier day program for adults with special needs. Keri is a former board member of Enterprise Network, Fresh Start Women’s Foundation Auxiliary Board and Free Arts of Arizona.

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