April 5, 2017 Share

Campanaro Promoted to Wealth Advisor at Wells Fargo Private Bank

Princeton, N.J. – Wells Fargo Private Bank announced that Marc Campanaro, a senior vice president, has been promoted to wealth advisor. Campanaro will be based in New Jersey, serving the Central and Southern New Jersey markets, and specialize in working with high-net-worth individuals and families to assess their holistic wealth management needs, and identify and coordinate the right specialists and solutions to address each client’s complex and unique needs.

“We are very excited to have Marc in his new role. His considerable experience in wealth planning, investment management, fiduciary services, and team leadership will be invaluable in helping our clients manage the financial complexity that wealth creates,” said Amrit Walia, regional managing director for Wells Fargo Private Bank. “Marc will maintain our standards of exceptional service for our clients.”

Prior to his current role, Campanaro was a senior wealth planning strategist for The Private Bank where he assisted clients with designing and implementing advanced wealth and estate planning strategies. Prior to his roles with Wells Fargo, he managed a significant portfolio of ultra-high net worth relationships for CMS Companies in Philadelphia.

Campanaro received both his bachelor’s degree in accounting and master’s degree in taxation from Widener University. Campanaro holds CFP, ChFC and CLU designations. He is actively involved in his community and is a board member of the Finance Committees for Widener University and St. Mary of the Lakes Church and School in Medford, N.J. He also is a member of the planned giving committee for Samaritan Hospital and Hospice, and board member of Senior Care Ministry of Princeton.

About Wells Fargo & Company

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