Wells Fargo's DiCristofaro Promoted to Lead Region President for the Greater Los Angeles Region

By Smith, Kevin | Pasadena Star-News, January 16, 2015 | Go to article overview

Wells Fargo's DiCristofaro Promoted to Lead Region President for the Greater Los Angeles Region


Smith, Kevin, Pasadena Star-News


David DiCristofaro, a 17-year veteran of Wells Fargo & Co., has been promoted to lead region president for the greater Los Angeles Region.

The Los Angeles Region is a sprawling area, serving customers in Los Angeles, Riverside and San Bernardino counties along with the Coachella Valley through 268 retail banking locations that employ more than 5,000 people.

Lisa Stevens, head of regional banking sales and marketing and regional banking executive for the Pacific Midwest Region, said DiCristofaro will be a strong asset in his new role.

"David is an exceptional leader with a passion for helping individual and business customers succeed financially," Stevens said in a statement. "He invests time and energy to serve the community and has held leadership roles in organizations such as the Pasadena Playhouse and Pasadena Educational Fund, which support the overall vitality of the community. I know our customers, team members and the greater Los Angeles region will benefit from David's extensive banking experience and his dedication to satisfying our customers' financial needs and contributing to a successful community."

DiCristofaro said he looks forward to his new duties.

"I'm excited to have the opportunity to lead our business in the greater L.A. area," the 45-year-old Pasadena resident said. "I've worked in this market for 12 years and to have the chance to be where I care so much about our members and the community really makes it special. …

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