Zerilli tapped to lead Wells Fargo in NYC and Long Island

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By Dan Sears

Vincent Zerilli has been named as Wells Fargo’s new commercial banking market executive for New York City and Long Island. 

Zerilli, who most recently served as New York City commercial banking leader at Wells Fargo, will now oversee operations in all five boroughs and Nassau and Suffolk counties. 

The promotion of Zerilli follows the retirement of longtime New York City and Long Island market executive Mike Keenan after a 17-year run in the position. 

As part of his new role, Zerilli will lead the combined team and focus on growing Wells Fargo’s commercial banking divisions in New York City and on Long Island. He will oversee two regional offices in Manhattan and Melville, 20 relationship managers, and three commercial banking leaders that serve companies in the $10 million to $2 billion annual revenue range.  

Zerilli joined Wells Fargo in August 2017 covering client relationship management, credit management, and portfolio underwriting. Prior to Wells Fargo, he spent 17 years at JPMorgan Chase, where he joined as an intern and attended the commercial banking credit training program. He went on to become a more senior banker in New York City and was promoted to executive director as a middle market team leader. 

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Zerilli is a board member with the Long Island City Partnership, an organization that advocates for economic development in that Queens neighborhood. He is also an active mentor and baseball coach within the Long Island and Queens communities. He earned a bachelor’s degree in finance from St. John’s University’s Peter J. Tobin College of Business. 

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