With steadily growing demand from middle market companies for credit and other financial services, Wells Fargo (NYSE:WFC) said today that its Madison office has been expanded to a Regional Commercial Banking Office (RCBO) for south and southwest Wisconsin. The change solidifies Wells Fargo’s commitment to the region and brings more resources, including credit decisions, closer to customers here.
Julia Voss, who has been building Wells Fargo’s commercial banking business in Madison since 2010, has been promoted to regional vice president and head of the new RCBO. On Nov. 27, Voss and her team will move into new offices adjacent to the state Capitol at 2 E. Mifflin St. The Wells Fargo hub will include Commercial Banking and Wealth Management groups.
“Julia Voss has contributed to the success of Wells Fargo by offering creative solutions to the financing and treasury needs of businesses throughout southwestern Wisconsin,” said Gina Peter, regional group head for Wells Fargo Commercial Banking in Wisconsin and upper Michigan. “Julia has grown a small office into a significant and expanding presence in Wisconsin with her proactive, value-added approach.”
The expanded Wells Fargo presence in Madison also means increased value for the community. In 2012, Wells Fargo – with more than 3,500 team members, 102 offices, and 107 ATMs in Wisconsin – contributed $1.36 million to 264 nonprofit organizations. Meanwhile, Wells Fargo team members volunteered more than 26,000 hours in Wisconsin last year.“Wells Fargo is a proven leader time and again with a consistent approach to banking, offering diversified top tier solutions, and the strongest balance sheet of any bank,” Voss said. “This allows ongoing reinvestment into service and technology. Madison and southwest Wisconsin’s middle market and family owned companies have direct access to our cost-effective banking, the nation’s top-rated treasury management, and sophisticated and effective capital market experts.”