SVP Global Financial Institutions
Wells Fargo & Co
An innovative and multi-dimensional executive who combines a customer-focused and results-oriented vision with over 28 years of experience in International Financial Services and related Fintech strategies. A proven record of leadership contributions in the U.S, and Emerging Markets environment with emphasis on increasing revenues, expanding markets and improving competitive capabilities within specific risk appetites. Proven ability for Building and Maintaining relationships, strategic alliances, risk management, partnerships and channels.
Wayne Shah is a Senior Vice President at Wells Fargo and works in their international division managing correspondent banking for the Caribbean region. He is an experienced practitioner from the fast paced world of banking and technology. His background encompasses various functions within both corporate and retail banking and includes successful international stints with Citicorp, ABN AMRO Bank, M-Frontier Inc. and Clavex LLC. In 2006 Mr. Shah was appointed Chief Operating Officer of Clavex LLC. a wholly owned subsidiary of BLADEX – the Latin American Export Bank. In 2002 Mr. Shah co-founded M-Frontier Inc. a Miami company focused on providing technology solutions for Banks. In 1998 Mr. Shah joined ABN AMRO as the Regional Head of Capability Management for Latin America and Caribbean focusing on establishing electronic banking and back office capabilities for Cash Management, Trade and Treasury services. In 2000, Mr. Shah was appointed Head of the bank’s E Commerce / B2B business development team with a focus on Procurement, Settlement and Working Capital. Before departing from ABN AMRO, he was the senior Global GTS consultant to the energy sector covering both Asia and Latin America.
e Maryland Lottery and Gaming Control Agency from 2010-2015. He also was a partner with Duane Morris LLP in its corporate and gaming practice groups.
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