Elizabeth Fuchs is a regional vice president for Wells Fargo’s Middle Market Banking Global Advisory, based out of Los Angeles, California. She oversees a team of commercial global banking professionals who provide a full range of international, cross-border, and commercial services to middle-market companies throughout the West, Mountain and Southwest Divisions. Global Advisory is dedicated to being the global choice for middle market U.S. multinational companies and for targeted foreign corporate multinationals with subsidiaries in the U.S.
Elizabeth joined Wells Fargo in 1994, where she has worked for more than 23 years, serving in a variety of senior leadership capacities in middle market and international business lines. Prior to her current role within Global, Elizabeth was a Loan Team Manager for the same group for six years until 2015. Prior to that, she spent 12 years in Middle Market Banking in Southern California as a relationship manager and later as a team lead. She is a graduate of Wells Fargo’s Credit Management Training Program and spent a few years with Risk Asset Review before joining Middle Market Banking.
Elizabeth earned her bachelor’s degree in business administration with an emphasis in finance and organizational behavioral science, along with a minor in Spanish literature, from the University of California, Berkeley. She is fluent in Spanish and a certified treasury professional.
Active in a variety of professional and community organizations, Elizabeth is a founding member of the Wells Fargo Team Member Network Latin Connection and served on its board of directors for many years. Elizabeth is also a former board member of the Barco Nightingale Foundation, a nonprofit dedicated to assisting children with medical needs worldwide.
Elizabeth lives in North Orange County, California with her husband, daughter, and three eternal puppies.