Mary Mack is responsible for retail and small business banking at Wells Fargo. She and her team serve approximately 22 million retail banking households and 3 million small business owners. The organization provides financial services to customers through more than 6,000 retail branches and 13,000 ATMs in 39 states and the District of Columbia. Community Banking serves mass market, affluent and small business banking customers.Mary also leads the Business Strategic Planning, Analytics, and Initiatives Group and the Distribution Strategies and Services Group.Mary began her career with Wells Fargo in 1984 and has a broad mix of brokerage/advisory, banking and finance experience. She most recently held the position of President and Head of Wells Fargo Advisors, LLC, one of the nation’s largest full-service retail brokerage organizations. Prior to that, Mary led the Financial Services Group and was responsible for investment, advisory and banking products; the firm’s research and advice model; Financial Advisor (FA) recruiting, FA productivity and development and the client and FA platform. Over her 32 year tenure with Wells Fargo, Mary also held a variety of leadership positions including the head of Wealth Brokerage Services; leader of Wachovia’s Client Partnership; director of Community Affairs; General Bank regional president; and managing director of Healthcare Corporate Banking.A graduate of Davidson College in North Carolina with a bachelor’s degree in International Political Economy, Mary also serves on the college’s board of trustees. She is a past member of Civic Progress St. Louis and past co-chair of the St. Louis Regional Chamber’s Financial Forum. She also served on the executive committee of the United Way of Greater St. Louis, the board or executive committee for Johnson C. Smith University, the United Way of Central Carolinas, Junior Achievement, Childcare Resources, and the Arts & Science Council. She is also a founding member of the Foundation for Fort Mill Schools.Mary was named by Fortune magazine as one of the “50 Most Powerful Women in Business” for 2016. In addition, she was named among the “25 Most Powerful Women in Finance” for 2014 and 2015 by American Banker magazine and ranked among the top 20 “Women to Watch” in financial services by Investment News in 2015. She holds Series 7, 63 and 24 registrations.
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