Wells Fargo is one of the world’s largest and most valuable banking firms. It offers meaningful careers in fields ranging from investment banking and wealth management to data analytics and cybersecurity. At Wells Fargo, everyone has a voice. The bank is heavily invested in creating an inclusive culture that represents the communities it serves. It has active networking groups for women, LGBTQ+, veteran, Asian, Middle Eastern, Latin, and Native American professionals.
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About the Company
San Francisco-based Wells Fargo ushered in a new era of banking in 2008 when it merged with commercial banking giant Wachovia, creating the fourth largest U.S. bank in terms of assets. Its main business lines are retail, commercial, and corporate banking services. Through subsidiary arms, Wells Fargo offers securities brokerage and investment banking, wholesale banking, consumer finance, mortgage banking, leasing, agricultural finance, commercial finance, data processing, trust services, advisory, mortgage-backed securities, and venture capital investment. It has over 80 lines of business, some of the largest being community banking, wholesale banking, home and consumer finance, and investments and insurance.
The bank's history goes back to 1852 when Henry Wells and William Fargo founded Wells, Fargo & Co. during the We...