Wells Fargo Promotes Brouillard to RVP/Middle Market Banking
FEB 14, 2018 - 6:47 am
Wells Fargo Middle Market Banking promoted Jeff Brouillard to regional vice president of its team in San Antonio. He succeeds market leader Mark Metcalfe, who recently transitioned to another leadership role within the bank.
In his new position, Brouillard will oversee Wells Fargo’s local commercial lending operations, which provide credit, treasury management, and deposit products to middle market companies with revenues of $20 million and higher throughout southern Texas.
“Jeff is passionate about helping middle-market companies succeed financially,” said Jonathan Homeyer, South Texas division manager for Wells Fargo Middle Marking Banking. “He will lead this vital market with integrity, diligence and commitment to serving our clients and community.”
A local San Antonio resident, Brouillard initially joined Wells Fargo as an intern in 2003. He served as a credit analyst in Dallas and graduated at the top of his class from the Wells Fargo Credit Management Training Program. Brouillard returned to San Antonio as a relationship manager in 2007 and most recently served as a Middle Market Banking loan team lead.
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