Wells Fargo Bank
As we have grown over the years, we have never lost sight of our focus on helping customers and businesses in the “real economy.” From checking accounts and debit cards to savings products to treasury management services, we help customers manage their daily financial lives. We help families buy that first home or car. We provide funding to businesses, small and large, to expand and hire. We help our customers plan and save for retirement. We support our communities.
Some call this a “Main Street” focus. We believe that this community-based approach to financial services lets us serve our customers in the best way possible and differentiates us from the other large banks.
By “community based” we mean we’re not just a bank that happens to be in the community; we’re a community bank. We’re “in and of” every community in which we do business, whether it’s Columbia, South Carolina; Des Moines, Iowa; or Roseville, California. And we’re in more U.S. communities than any of our competitors.
We all identify with our communities and take geographic pride in where we live and where we’re from. That’s my town. That’s my state. As part of our work to find what’s best for each of our customers, we think about what’s best for our communities — the places where we live and work, pay taxes, raise families, educate children, buy groceries, and support local nonprofits.
We’re local first, then national. We weren’t born as a national bank that then decided to be local. We were born as a local bank in one community that does business on Main Street.
Whom to Contact
- Mr. Ryan FeeneyPhone: (603) 644-0682
- Mr. John FlintSenior Vice President900 Elm Street, 7th FloorManchester, NH 03101-2007Phone: (603) 716-4035
- Mr. Paul ForesterRegional Vice President900 Elm Street, 7th FloorManchester, NH 03101-2007Phone: (857) 214-1123
- Mr. Daniel O'ConnorSenior Vice President Northern New England900 Elm Street, Suite 702Manchester, NH 03101-2007Phone: (603) 644-0682
- Mr. Dave OttSenior Vice President900 Elm Street, 7th FloorManchester, NH 03101-2007Phone: (603) 716-4035