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Jasmine Jirele joins Wells Fargo as Director of Trust Operations

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Jasmine Jirele (pictured) has joined Wells Fargo & Company (NYSE:WFC) to lead its Trust Operations team.

In her new role as Director of Trust Operations, Jirele reports to the head of Wells Fargo Retirement and leads more than 300 team members responsible for the back-office processing units that directly supports fiduciary needs across Wells Fargo, for Abbot Downing, Corporate Trust Services, Institutional Retirement and Trust, Wells Capital Management and Wealth Management businesses.
 
Jirele comes to Wells Fargo with more than 20 years of experience, including 15 years in the financial services industry, serving in several roles, most recently as Senior Vice President of Enterprise Operations for Allianz Life Insurance Company of North America. Prior to this role, she was the Vice President of Market Management and Product Innovation at Allianz. Jirele’s previous positions also include Director of Executive Projects for Allianz, when she managed high-profile projects.
 
“Jasmine brings a varied, outstanding background to this critical position in our organisation,” says John Papadopulos, head of Wells Fargo Retirement. “Her experience, both inside and outside the financial industry, as well as her track record of taking on more responsibilities throughout her career makes her a good fit for Wells Fargo Retirement and for the range of businesses at Wells Fargo for which Trust Operations is accountable for critical processing. Jasmine’s skillset will be a great asset to Wells Fargo in the years ahead.”

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