Melinda White Named Head of Hudson Valley Commercial Banking for Wells Fargo





Wells Fargo has promoted Melinda White to the role of Commercial Banking Leader for the Hudson Valley market.

In her new role, White will transition from her current role as relationship manager, which she has held since 2010, to managing a team of five commercial banking professionals who provide lending, cash management, product depository and capital markets business in the $10 million to $2 billion in annual revenue.

White, who will be based in the company’s procurement office, brings 30 years of commercial banking experience to her new position, including vice president positions at Bank of New York and HSBC. Outside of Wells Fargo, she is a board member of the Westchester County Association, where she serves on the Westchester Reopening and Workforce Development Committees. She also sits on the Board of Governors of the Westchester Bankers Association and served as the organization’s president from 2009 to 2010.






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