Wells Fargo Names New Head of Middle Market Banking in Nevada
JUL 19, 2017 - 6:54 am
Wells Fargo Middle Market Banking named 20-year banking veteran Denette Suddeth to lead its continued growth in Nevada. Suddeth succeeds former Regional Manager Phil Horrell, who was promoted to market executive, a new role focused on commercial initiatives that foster new business opportunities in the Southwest.
As senior vice president and regional manager, Suddeth now oversees 18 Nevada commercial lending professionals in Reno and Las Vegas who deliver Wells Fargo’s localized approach to serving middle-market companies with annual revenues of $20 million and above.
The regional offices provide Wholesale Banking services to customers in a range of industries, including gaming, manufacturers, retail, distribution, and technology.
“Having worked alongside Denette for many years, there is no doubt that I’m leaving our Nevada customers and teams in capable hands,” said Horrell, who was regional manager for Wells Fargo Middle Market Banking in Nevada from 2003 to 2017. “Denette has lived in Las Vegas for more than 40 years and has helped customers succeed through all business cycles.”
Prior to Suddeth’s promotion, she served five years as loan team leader for Wells Fargo Middle Market Banking in Las Vegas. Suddeth joined Wells Fargo in 2012 after many years with U.S. Bank, where she held leadership roles in relationship development, gaming industry services, and middle market banking.
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