Wells Fargo Hires Rosenberg as Head of Public Affairs

Jason M. Rosenberg will join Wells Fargo on April 15 as head of public affairs, reporting to CEO Charlie Scharf and joining the company’s operating committee. In this role, Rosenberg will be responsible for the company’s corporate communications, corporate marketing, government relations and public policy, philanthropy and community impact, and sustainability groups.

Rosenberg joined Wells Fargo from Block, which he joined in 2022 as head of corporate affairs. He previously spent 10 years at JPMorgan Chase, where he served in various roles focused on government relations, most recently as head of U.S. government relations. Prior to joining JPMorgan Chase, he worked on Capitol Hill and in communications and public affairs roles.

“Jason’s broad experience in public affairs across multiple arenas will be an important asset to Wells Fargo as we continue to move the company ahead,” Scharf said. “The way we work with our many stakeholders — and the way our stakeholders regard us — is a key part of our ongoing transformation, and Jason will be critical to that work.”

“Wells Fargo has great momentum with its strong focus on serving customers, and it’s an exciting time to join the company,” Rosenberg said. “Working with the operating committee and the public affairs team, we will work to bring the full impact of the bank to benefit every community we serve.”

Rosenberg’s hiring follows Wells Fargo’s earlier announcement that William M. Daley, the company’s vice chairman and head of public affairs since 2019, plans to retire.

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