Christine Hill is the Chief Information Officer and head of Finance Technology for Wells Fargo Technology. She is responsible for providing the Chief Financial Officer with technology strategy, development, and delivery of technical capabilities in support of their business priorities. Her organization’s applications, tools and services include Wells Fargo’s General Ledger, Liquidity Risk Platforms, Forecasting, Planning & Analysis and Regulatory Reporting Technology.

Christine joined Wells Fargo in July 2020 from Bank of America where she was the global head of Wholesale Credit Loan Accounting & Leasing Technology. In that role, she was responsible for the strategy, design, building, testing, and operational functions for the loan accounting, leasing, and document management applications across 44 countries. She also led the successful delivery of the Wholesale Credit Loan Accounting transformation. Prior to that, Christine held a variety of technology leadership positions in other businesses including Global Banking & Markets Regulatory & Sales, Enterprise Solutions Delivery, Consumer Contact Center, Global Credit Underwriting, and Mortgage Servicing.

Christine is passionate about enabling colleagues to deliver value through innovative solutions in an efficient and dependable manner while also continuously learning and having fun. She has provided leadership to women in technology groups and has recently expanded Wells Fargo’s partnership with Girls Who Code.

Christine earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration with a concentration in Finance from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. She is based in Charlotte, North Carolina.

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