Head of Financial Crimes Controls
Wells Fargo & Company
James Sayko is the Head of Financial Crimes Controls for the Financial Institutions Group at Wells Fargo, where he oversees the execution of the financial crimes program for FIG, a line of business that offers global relationship coverage to banks and non-bank financial institutions. James previously served as the Asia Pacific Head of Financial Crimes Risk Management for Wells Fargo, where he oversaw Anti-Money Laundering, AntiBribery and Corruption, Economic Sanctions, and Fraud for 15 jurisdictions across the region. Before joining Wells Fargo, James worked at JPMorgan in Legal & Compliance, where he covered a variety of topics including financial crimes, securities regulation, conflicts, and lobbying/pay-to-play, and in FIG, where he served as a relationship executive.