Daniel Bank was formerly a banking executive with extensive expertise in investment management and trading markets. As Clarfeld Citizens Private Wealth’s high-net-worth division director, he had unparalleled access to high net-worth clients.
He currently oversees Alliance Association Bank’s homeowner association (HOA) lending business, leading a team of lenders in Brooklyn, Staten Island and Manhattan.
Early Life and Education
Daniel Bank was born and raised in Brooklyn, New York City. After attending public school he graduated and now considers New York his hometown. Daniel is passionate about public education and has worked on several projects to strengthen schools in his community.
Dan is a senior vice president and Managing Counsel at Wells Fargo. He heads the team providing general bank regulatory advice. With extensive experience advising banks and bank holding companies on federal banking laws, regulations and policies such as capital and liquidity rules as well as mergers, acquisitions and divestitures.
He has also served as legal advisor to the U.S. House Financial Services Committee, contributing to portions of Dodd-Frank Act (2010) drafted. Furthermore, he lectures extensively on banking law topics. Furthermore, he currently sits on the board for Hearts of Hope.
Daniel began his banking career at Citi in 2009 as a management associate and quickly advanced to branch manager of both Boro Park and Kings Highway branches in Brooklyn – serving on Citi’s National Retail Sales Manager Council at that time.
Daniel currently oversees the Credit Solutions Advisor lending team serving Brooklyn, Queens, Staten Island and Chinatown Manhattan. Daniel has extensive knowledge in residential and commercial mortgages.
Daniel serves as co-director of DNAWORKS, an arts and service organization which fosters artistic expression and dialogue around issues of identity and heritage through artistic forms such as dramaturgy (Black Girl: Linguistic Play and Ink by Camille A. Brown & Dancers). Additionally, he sits on the board of Friendship Circle; an organization providing services to over 3,000 children with special needs as well as their families.
Achievement and Honors
Daniel worked as a Senior Associate in Mexico City’s financial sector at an esteemed firm, providing advice and support to banks, fintech companies and popular financial groups on their approval procedures with Mexican public authorities. Furthermore, Daniel collaborated in public sector positions such as working within the Commission’s Normativity General Division.
Daniel led her college team, NC State Wolfpack, to consecutive NCAA Championship quarterfinal appearances during her final two seasons of competition. During this time she earned both first-team All-ACC status and All-American recognition twice for doubles play.
At Citizens Business Bank, he oversees the Specialty Lending Division where he manages Real Estate Banking Group, Citizens Home Lending, Construction Lending and Small Business Administration Group as well as Equipment Financing C-PACE Lending Government Services.
Daniel enjoys spending his free time with family and friends, playing an active role in his local community and participating in numerous civic activity groups.
He is a member of Columbia County Exchange Club and graduated from Leadership Columbia County, as well as being an avid sports fan who regularly attends his children’s sporting events.
Dr. Wexler maintains an expansive commercial finance practice, representing investment banks and issuers in financing transactions. He is especially skilled at dealing with high-yield debt offerings as well as equity-linked securities issues.
Daniel is an experienced investment advisor who offers personalized assistance to his clients to achieve their financial goals. Using an individualized, client-specific approach, Daniel creates a tailor-made investment plan tailored specifically to them.
Daniel serves both private and commercial banking customers at his Evansville branch of the bank, specialising in high-net-worth individuals, families and closely held businesses.
Daniel Radcliffe has long been known for his wealth, which can only increase after retiring from Hogwart and making millions with Harry Potter films (eight in total), movies (Escape from Pretoria), movie roles like Nate Foster in Imperium (Imperium), Allen Ginsberg in Kill Your Darlings and Yossi Ghinsberg (Kill Your Darlings) and Yossi Ghinsberg (Jungle). Additionally he continues earning from royalties and HP merchandise sales (but these do not count as income).