Vince Liuzzi

Bank Leadership with Proven Results

As the former president of the Greater Philadelphia and Delaware Region of Wells Fargo Bank, Vince Liuzzi effectively led all sales and service-related operations as well as long- and short-term business planning. Particularly skilled at expense management and revenue enhancement, he led his region to best-in-class status for its financial performance during his tenure. In this position for slightly over four years, Vince Liuzzi prepared for this executive role with more than a decade of experience with the Wells Fargo family of banks.

Vince Liuzzi joined Wells Fargo in 1996 as a branch manager in Phoenix, Arizona. In this role, he demonstrated a talent for leadership that led company executives to quickly promote him to district manager. Mr. Liuzzi continued to advance rapidly through levels of increasing responsibility and, in 2002, accepted his first executive role as regional president of the San Fernando Valley Community Bank in the Greater Los Angeles area. In this position, he distinguished himself and his department with financial results that exceeded all previous records. In 2009, the bank requested his service in Philadelphia, and he left the Southwest to accept his most recent position.

As the former president of the Greater Philadelphia and Delaware Region of Wells Fargo Bank, Vince Liuzzi effectively led all sales and service-related operations as well as long- and short-term business planning. Particularly skilled at expense management and revenue enhancement, he led his region to best-in-class status for its financial performance during his tenure. In this position for slightly over four years, Vince Liuzzi prepared for this executive role with more than a decade of experience with the Wells Fargo family of banks.

Vince Liuzzi joined Wells Fargo in 1996 as a branch manager in Phoenix, Arizona. In this role, he demonstrated a talent for leadership that led company executives to quickly promote him to district manager. Mr. Liuzzi continued to advance rapidly through levels of increasing responsibility and, in 2002, accepted his first executive role as regional president of the San Fernando Valley Community Bank in the Greater Los Angeles area. In this position, he distinguished himself and his department with financial results that exceeded all previous records. In 2009, the bank requested his service in Philadelphia, and he left the Southwest to accept his most recent position

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