Chris Andrews

Chris Andrews

Strategic Planning Manager, Wells Fargo

Chris Andrews

Chris Andrews is a Strategic Planning Manager in Treasury Management Sales at Wells Fargo Bank. Treasury Management products and services assist businesses of all sizes optimize their working capital, manage payments, improve cash positioning & forecasting, and protect against fraud. Chris leads a team of individuals that support the tools critical to driving success among the TM sales force. Chris began his career in public accounting before moving over to the corporate side at Wachovia Bank. He eventually made his way over to the “strategic consulting” side of the house and never looked back. Chris has always had a passion for new, innovative, and disruptive technologies but now he gets to apply that passion to his job! His mission is to keep the sales force informed, educated, and adaptable to the ever-changing landscape of sales enablement tools and technology.

Chris received an undergraduate degree in Business Administration from the University of South Carolina and his MBA from Wake Forest University. Chris resides in Charlotte, NC, with his wife and two sons.


  • Thursday, October 08, 2015 9:15am - 10:00am

    Financial Reform: The Social Selling Act of 2015

    • Robert Knop, Assistant Vice President, Integrated Marketing, Pacific Life
    • Rich Essig, Vice President of Corporate Strategy and Development, Nolan Financial
    • Chris Andrews, Strategic Planning Manager, Wells Fargo
    • Greg Davis, Director of Sales, Sales Solutions, LinkedIn

    Over the years, the Financial Service sector has seen its’ fair share of ups and downs due to the regulated nature of this industry. The challenge for institutions to discover new and efficient ways to thrive in a global business environment has been vital. The market and landscape has changed as technologies have evolved and allowed consumers to become savvier while competition has vastly increased. Financial institutions are turning to social media and social selling in particular to overcome these challenges and rise above their competition. Social networks have become increasingly vital for agents, advisors and revenue producers to leverage in order to remain relevant, engaged and competitive to emerge as marketing leaders in this industry.