The Corporate Banking Group Wells Fargo Corporate Banking works with large corporate and institutional clients as well as companies in specialized industry segments ranging from energy and gaming to financial sponsors and equity funds. Corporate Banking has teams dedicated to serving the specialized needs of a number of different industries. We serve:
Consumer & Retail
We work with clients with $500 million or greater in revenue in consumer products, food & beverage, apparel, grocery and convenient stores, and retail companies.
We work with a wide range of public and private, middle-market, and large corporate companies in all sectors of the oil and gas industry, including exploration and production; energy services and equipment; mid-stream; pipeline; and refining.
We work with international, national, and regional financial services providers in the insurance, securities brokerage, asset management, exchange, payment processing, financial technology, title, and consumer and commercial finance industries.
We work with multiple-jurisdiction, public, and private gaming companies; Native American casinos; and single-property gaming enterprises.
We serve the needs of for-profit public and private healthcare companies across all subsectors of the industry.
We serve the needs of global corporations across industry sectors including basics materials, diversified industries, transportation, defense & technology services.
We work with national and regional restaurant brands with sales greater than $50 million, large franchisees in established systems, convenience store and gas station owner/operators, and landlords with single-tenant retail properties.
Technology, Media & Telecom
We provide innovative financial solutions, a robust suite of banking products and services, and industry expertise to companies across their growth stages – from startups, to middle-market movers, to large corporates. Our industry-aligned relationship teams support: Technology, business & Transaction Services, Media, Telecom, FinTech, and Clean Tech.
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