Wells Fargo Names Vasquez to New York Team

By Joyce Dimaculangan

Wells Fargo Capital Finance announced that Michael Vasquez has accepted a position as Business Development Officer in the company’s office in New York. In his new role, Mr. Vasquez will be responsible for loan origination for the Northeast region which is led by Scott Ryan, Managing Director, Regional Sales Manager for the Northeast.

Mr. Ryan is glad of this new development in his team. He said, “Michael is a Michael-Vasquez-Wells-Fargo-Capital-Financevery talented and hard-working team member. I am excited to have him join our New York team and I am confident he will make an immediate impact as he has done in the Southeast and Canadian markets.”

Mr. Vasquez first joined Capital Finance in 2007 as an originator. His experience includes covering the Southeast U.S. and Canada for a host of industry verticals. He has also held positions with Wells Fargo’s commercial bank and workout group. Mr. Vasquez is a graduate of Wells Fargo’s Credit Management Training Program (CMTP), a training program offered to a select group of strong, talented candidates within Wells Fargo Wholesale Bank. The program focuses on building credit and business development skills.

Mr. Vasquez earned a Bachelor’s degree in Economics from Gustavus Adolphus College and serves on the board of an Atlanta-based children’s shelter.

About Wells Fargo Capital Finance
Wells Fargo Capital Finance is the trade name for certain asset-based lending services, senior secured lending services, accounts receivable and purchase order finance services, and channel finance services of Wells Fargo & Company and its subsidiaries. It offers traditional asset-based financing, specialized senior and junior secured financing, accounts receivable financing/factoring, purchase order financing and supply chain financing to mid-sized and large businesses. For more information, go to www.wellsfargocapitalfinance.com.

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