Wells Fargo names Moy 1st segment head specifically dedicated to AAPI community

Highly accomplished international banker, he will key bank’s strategy for fast-growing segment

Andrew Moy, a highly regarded and accomplished international banker at Wells Fargo, was named the first segment leader dedicated to setting the strategy for growing and overseeing commercial banking relationships with Asian American and Pacific Islander-owned and -led businesses nationwide.

Moy will help tailor solutions to support business growth, access to capital and individual wealth-building needs of the Asian American and Pacific Islander segment strategy of the bank’s Diverse Segments team. He also will be responsible for creating partnerships, programs and insights that prospects and clients value.

Moy will be based in Charlotte, but his role will have a national flavor. His first focus will be to meet with clients and prospects in key markets, including New Jersey, New York, Houston, San Francisco and Los Angeles, and dig into market data to help pinpoint opportunities where Wells Fargo can better serve the needs of this fast-growing segment.

Moy’s new role continues the Diverse Segments team’s expansion and commitment to supporting diverse-owned and -led companies from underserved and underrepresented communities.

Fun fact

Andrew Moy’s paternal great-grandfather, Moy Bak Ling, was the first Chinese settler in Fiji, arriving in 1883.

Moy, who graduated from the University of California, Berkeley, with a bachelor’s degree in economics, joined Wells Fargo in 1993 as a relationship management trainee with the Real Estate Group, working his way up through the ranks.

Over the past decade, he has built the global banking business throughout South Texas, Southern California, the Mountain states, the Southeast, and the East Coast — before becoming head of the Global Advisory Division, overseeing offices in the U.S., London, Dublin, Hong Kong, Singapore and Shanghai.

Over the years, Moy has served on the board of the Hong Kong Association of Southern California and the Houston chapter of Pratham USA, one of the largest and most successful non-governmental education organizations in India.

Outside of work, Moy and his wife are busy with their seven kids, ranging in age from 8 to 25.