Wells Fargo

Wells Fargo & Company is an American multinational financial services company with corporate headquarters in San Francisco, California; operational headquarters in Manhattan; and managerial offices throughout the United States... Wikipedia

  • Type:  Public
  • Traded as:  NYSE: WFC, S&P 100 component, S&P 500 component, Russell 1000 Index component
  • ISIN:  [ US9497461015]
  • Industry:  Financial services
  • Predecessors:  Norwest Corporation, Wells Fargo (1852–1998)
  • Founded:  1929 in Minneapolis, Minnesota, U.S. (as Northwest Bancorporation), 1983 (as Norwest Corporation), 1998 (as Wells Fargo & Company)
  • Founders:  Henry Wells, William Fargo (Wells Fargo Bank)
  • Number of locations:  5,200 branches (2021), 13,000 ATMs (2021)
  • Area served:  Worldwide
  • Key people:  Steven Black, (Chairman), Charles Scharf, (President and CEO)
  • Products:  Asset management, Investment banking, banking, commodities, credit card, equities trading, global market, insurance, investment management, mortgage loans
  • Revenue:  US$78.492 billion (2021)
  • Operating income:  US$28.82 billion (2021)
  • Total assets:  US$1.955 trillion (2021)
  • Total equity:  US$190.1 billion (2021)
  • Number of employees:  268,531 (2020)
  • Subsidiaries:  Wells Fargo Advisors, Wells Fargo Bank, N.A, Wells Fargo Rail, Wells Fargo Securities, Wachovia, First Union, CoreStates Financial
  • Website:  wellsfargo.com
  • Data Source:  DuckDuckGo