In this senior management role, Nolan will lead all operational aspects of the defined contribution conversion process for Institutional Retirement and Trust, and oversee 48 team members.
According to the announcement, Nolan comes to Wells Fargo with more than 18 years of retirement services experience, including leadership roles in new business transition, operations and client services. He graduated from State University of New York, Old Westbury with a bachelor’s degree in finance, and earned his MBA from Hofstra University.
“During his career, Steve has built a strong track record for delivering outstanding service by understanding the importance of consulting with new clients during the transition process,” said Joe Ready, director of Wells Fargo Institutional Retirement and Trust, in the announcement. “He also understands the dependency of a smooth transition process on technology and innovative business solutions. We are confident that his expertise will lend additional best practices and ideas that will enhance the experience of new clients as they transition to our retirement services platform.”
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