Clausen, Kornmayer promoted
Kirk Clausen has been named regional
president and Jay Kornmayer chairman for
Wells Fargo Bank Nevada, N.A.
They succeed Laura Schulte, who held
both positions and nowoversees Wells
Fargo community banking
for the California,
Nevada and Border
Clausen will be
responsible for the 104
Wells Fargo banking
stores inNevada. He
began his career at
Norwest Bank (now Wells Fargo &
Company) in Sioux City, Iowa, in 1975,
serving in many positions including loan
officer and retail bank manager.
Later, after working with Norwest
Investment Services, Inc., Clausen was
named vice president of Norwest Bank
Wisconsin and eventually was named executive
vice president and northern Nevada
regional manager in 1999.
Clausen serves on community boards
including the University of Nevada Reno
Foundation, and is co-chair of the
Northern Nevada United Way campaign as
well as chairman of the Economic
of Western Nevada.
Kornmayer, a Nevada
native and 28-year veteran
of Wells Fargo Nevada,
leads the Nevada
Banking Offices and is
also responsible for serving
the needs of the gaming industry in the
company’s 23 banking states. He is a
national gaming industry expert and frequent
speaker at industry conferences.
Kornmayer is also currently chairman of
the Las Vegas Chamber of Commerce. He
will continue to lead the RCBO while representing
Wells Fargo in a variety of public
affairs and community roles .
“We still have a lot of people who are desperate, who are waiting, and our commitment to them remains strong,” Barbara Buckley told The Nevada Independent.