Jim Hays, who took control of as head of Wells Fargo Advisors and the Wealth and Financial Investment Management Customer Relationship Group in 2019, has actually revealed his retirement after 35 years in the market, according to a memo sent out to consultants from Barry Sommers, CEO of Wealth & & Financial Investment Management (WIM).
Sol Gindi, who signed up with Wells Fargo in October 2020 as primary monetary officer for WIM, will take control of Hays’ position right away, reporting to Sommers.
Gindi will lead Wells Fargo’s brokerage and wealth management channels, the independent company and Very first Cleaning. The WIM system within Wells Fargo had an overall headcount of 25,165 since completion of the very first quarter 2022.
Hays will remain on up until July 1 to assist in a smooth shift, the memo stated.
” Jim is deeply appreciated and has actually had excellent success at Wells Fargo, leading every tradition group with consultants consisting of Personal Wealth Financial Group, Wealth Brokerage Service, Personal Customer Group, the Independent Consultant Group and Digital,” Sommers composed. “That deep bench of experience belongs to why I’ll personally miss him and why I’m grateful he’s staying with us for an effective shift.”
Hays initially took control of for David Kowach, who was promoted to head of neighborhood banking at Wells Fargo. He’s now head of upscale customer service.