Anne Clarke Wolff is head of Global Corporate Banking and Global Leasing at Bank of America.
Based in New York, she is responsible for the firm’s corporate banking coverage efforts globally which touch over 2,000 corporations and financial institutions across a range of credit, financing, treasury and risk solutions. She manages a team of 400 professionals across 45 cities in 30 countries, representing one of the most global businesses within Bank of America. She additionally leads the country’s largest leasing company serving some 64,000 clients in 10 countries. Anne is the Executive Sponsor for the Women’s Leadership Council within Global Banking and Markets. She has been recognized by American Banker as one of The Most Powerful Women in Banking and by Crain’s New York Notable Women in Finance.
Prior to joining Bank of America, she was head of Global Sales for Treasury and Securities Services at JP Morgan Chase & Co. where she transformed the sales organization and drove double-digit revenue growth.
Previously, she spent nearly 20 years with Citigroup in a variety of senior roles, including head of North America Corporate Banking, head of Fixed Income Capital Markets and head of U.S. Debt Capital Markets.
She holds a BA from Colby College and an MBA from Northwestern University. She currently serves on the boards of The Public Theater, home of Hamilton, the Brooklyn Historical Society and is a Trustee of Colby College. She was recently named to the board of directors of Amphenol Corporation.