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CNBC Global CFO Council

Timothy J. Sloan, Wells Fargo

Source: Wells Fargo

Senior Executive Vice President Timothy (Tim) J. Sloan is the head of the wholesale banking group and is former chief financial officer for Wells Fargo. Tim serves on the Wells Fargo Operating and Management Committees and is based in Los Angeles.

A 27-year veteran of Wells Fargo, Sloan also served as the chief administrative officer managing corporate communications, corporate social responsibility, enterprise marketing, government relations, corporate human resources, and strategic planning for the enterprise. Prior to that, Sloan was the head of commercial banking, real estate, and specialized financial services, overseeing operations within wholesale banking that provided credit and non-credit services to customers worldwide.

From 1991 through 2006, Sloan served in various leadership roles in wholesale banking. Prior to joining Wells Fargo as a vice president with the loan adjustment group in 1987, he worked for three years at Continental Illinois Bank in Chicago.

He earned his bachelor's degree in economics and history and his Master of Business Administration degree in finance and accounting, both from the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor.

With a strong commitment to community, Sloan serves as an overseer of the Huntington Library and is on the board of Jardin de la Infancia charter school. He is a trustee of Ohio Wesleyan University and is a member of the University of Michigan's Ross School of Business visiting committee.


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