Speaking History

Speaker at Money20/20 2016
Speaker at Money20/20 2015

Session Information

Jonathan Velline

EVP, ATM Banking & Store Strategy
Wells Fargo
Speaking History

Speaker at Money20/20 2016
Speaker at Money20/20 2015

Session Information

Jonathan Velline manages the Wells Fargo ATM business of more than 12,500 ATMs – the third largest bank ATM network in the United States. Velline is also responsible for developing and implementing store technology, process, staffing, and risk management strategies for the Wells Fargo network of more than 6,000 banking stores. Velline recently led the regional markets conversions of Wachovia banking stores, in the largest merger in U.S. banking history.

Wells Fargo is a leader in finding new ways for ATMs to better serve its customers. Under Velline’s leadership, the company was the first to deploy a modern, web-based ATM technology platform; introduced Envelope Free, bulk- check deposit technology to the U.S.; developed ATM e- receipts; and created ATM cash-tracker, an innovative budgeting tool.

Velline has also modernized the Wells Fargo store experience through new technology and workflow, eliminating paper processes, developing new technology for team members and customers, combining the benefits of self-service and full-service, and deploying the new neighborhood bank format.

Velline began his career with Wells Fargo in 1991 as a financial analyst, and has held a variety of positions responsible for charting Wells Fargo's retail banking, technology, and distribution strategy. He holds a bachelor’s degree in economics from the University of California, Berkeley. He serves on the board of directors of the American Red Cross Bay Area Chapter, and Lighthouse Community Charter School in Oakland.