Wells Fargo Chooses Caine to Lead Commercial Auto Group

Wells Fargo named Cynthia Caine the head of its commercial auto group. A 30-year financial services veteran, Caine most recently led the diversified industries group within distribution finance for Wells Fargo.

“Cynthia is well-known for her strong client relationships and leadership in building diverse, high-performing teams,” David Marks, head of Wells Fargo Commercial Capital, said. “Having worked closely with Cynthia over the past five years, I am confident that the commercial auto team will continue its success under her leadership.”

In her new role, Caine will lead a team of professionals providing finance solutions for more than 4,500 customers. The current commercial auto leadership team will continue to lead their prospective markets and report to Caine.

“I’m excited to join such a well-established, customer-focused team with deep roots in the industry and a dedication to meeting the dealers’ financial needs,” Caine said. “We’re dedicated to providing the leading products and services to the markets that Wells Fargo has served for more than 75 years.”

Caine joined Wells Fargo in 2016 as part of the GE Capital acquisition. Most recently, she managed a specialized team that provides finance programs to manufacturers in the material handling, technology, industrial and healthcare markets. Throughout her career, she has held sales and leadership roles in both vendor and customer-direct business models. Caine also previously served as the co-head of Wells Fargo Commercial Capital’s diversity, equity and inclusion council.

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