April Frazer
Head of Banks, Financial Institutions Group
Wells Fargo Corporate & Investment Banking


April Frazer is managing director and head of Banks in Wells Fargo’s Corporate & Investment Bank. In her role as head of Banks, April leads the coordination of all investment banking and corporate banking activities across the bank’s client segment globally, driving the collaboration necessary to deliver our full capabilities to clients. April is responsible for the strategy and growth of the business, partnering with FIG regional leaders and product partners on the development and execution of growth strategies.

Previously, April was managing director and global head of Banks in Wells Fargo’s Financial Institutions Group, responsible for the strategy and growth of the company’s global bank portfolio. She led a team that partners across Wells Fargo to offer products and services to global banks and specializes in providing strategic and regulatory guidance to key banking clients.

Prior to joining FIG, April was a managing director in Wells Fargo Securities’ Financial Institutions Investment Banking group and led the group’s Global Regulatory Capital and Advisory practice. She was responsible for regulatory advisory and developing, marketing, and executing innovative financing solutions for financial institutions globally.

Earlier, April held positions in High Grade Debt Capital Markets as part of the Client Solutions Group and Financial Institutions Investment Banking, where she covered the banking industry and was involved in various capital raising and advisory transactions.

April was recognized as one of the 15 Most Powerful Women in Banking: NEXT in 2019.

April holds a Bachelor of Science from Elon University, where she graduated summa cum laude. She was also awarded the John W. Barney Award, which is given to the graduating senior with the highest cumulative GPA.

April is on the St. Jude Carolinas Advisory Council and a committee member for the St. Jude Charlotte Celebrity Chef & Wine Dinner in Charlotte, North Carolina.

April lives in Charlotte with her husband and two children.

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