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Teach Children to Save

VNet created a short video from user-generated video that we gathered at a Teach Children to Save event with a school in Charlotte, N.C. Laura Schulte and Kendall Alley taught the session in an enthusiastic classroom and we would like to share their excitement.

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Wells Fargo's 160th anniversary message from John Stumpf, Wells Fargo Chairman, President and CEO


John G. Stumpf, Chairman, President and CEO
John Stumpf became Chairman for Wells Fargo & Company in January 2010. He was named Chief Executive Officer in June 2007, elected to Wells Fargo’s Board of Directors in June 2006, and has been President since August 2005.
A 30-year veteran of the company, he joined the former Norwest Corporation (predecessor of Wells Fargo) in 1982 in the loan administration department and then became senior vice president and chief credit officer for Norwest Bank, N.A., Minneapolis. He held a number of management positions at Norwest Bank Minneapolis and Norwest Bank Minnesota before assuming responsibility for Norwest Bank Arizona in 1989. He was named regional president for Norwest Banks in Colorado/Arizona in 1991.From 1994 to 1998, he was regional president for Norwest Bank Texas. During his four years in that position, he led Norwest’s acquisition of 30 Texas banks with total assets of more than $13 billion.
In 1998, with the merger of Norwest Corporation and Wells Fargo & Company, he became head of the Southwestern Banking Group (Arizona, New Mexico and Texas). Two years later he became head of the new Western Banking Group (Arizona, Colorado, Idaho, Nevada, New Mexico, Oregon, Texas, Utah, Washington and Wyoming). In 2000, he led the integration of Wells Fargo’s acquisition of the $23 billion First Security Corporation, based in Salt Lake City. In May 2002, he was named Group EVP of Community Banking. In December 2008, he led one of the largest mergers in history with the purchase of Wachovia.
He serves on the Board of Directors for The Clearing House, the Financial Services Roundtable, Target Corporation, and Chevron Corporation. He also serves on the Board of Trustees of the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art.
A Minnesota native, he earned his bachelor’s degree in finance from St. Cloud State University, St. Cloud, Minnesota and his MBA with an emphasis in finance from the University of Minnesota.
Timothy J. Sloan, Senior Executive Vice President, Chief Financial Officer
Senior Executive Vice President Timothy (Tim) J. Sloan is the chief financial officer responsible for Wells Fargo’s financial management functions (including controllers, financial reporting, tax management, asset-liability management, treasury, corporate development, investor relations, mergers and acquisitions), its investment portfolios (including fixed income, venture capital and private equity investments), its corporate properties functions and strategic planning. Tim also serves on the Wells Fargo Operating and Management Committees and is based in Los Angeles.
A 24-year veteran of Wells Fargo & Company, Tim most recently 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, Tim 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, Tim 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 B.A. in economics and history and his M.B.A. in finance and accounting, both from the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor.
With a strong commitment to community, Tim serves on the Board of Overseers of the Huntington Library, and the board of Jardin de la Infancia Charter school. He also is an associate trustee of the San Marino Schools Foundation and is a member of the University of Michigan’s Ross School of Business Advisory Board.
JAMES M. STROTHER, Senior Executive Vice President General Counsel Legal Group
Jim Strother became executive vice president and General Counsel of Wells Fargo & Company in late 2003, responsible for legal affairs for the company.
In June 2001 he was named a deputy general counsel of Wells Fargo & Company, responsible for legal services for all the company's consumer businesses including lending, deposits, retail brokerage services, insurance and information sharing.
He served as executive vice president, General Counsel and Secretary of Wells Fargo Home Mortgage from 1998 to 2001. Before joining Wells Fargo in 1998, he was Vice President and Assistant General Counsel with Norwest Corporation. He was named Counsel when he joined Norwest in 1986 and held that position until 1989 when he became Assistant General Counsel. After graduating magna cum laude from law school in 1977, he joined the legal staff of Larkin, Hoffman, Daly & Lindgren as an attorney.
He is on the board of directors of the Legal Aid Society-Employment Law Center (San Francisco) and the Commonwealth Club of California.

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