Dillon is Executive Vice President, Chief Technology Officer and Head of Technology Infrastructure Services for Wells Fargo and Company, the nation’s biggest consumer bank. Scott Dillon is responsible for one of the world’s largest infrastructures as the head of the Technology Infrastructure Services at Wells Fargo. His team provides availability, security and global interconnectivity for the more than 70 million customers who interact 12 billion times a year in person through the company’s 9,000 stores and 12,000 ATMs, on the phone, or online at www.wellsfargo.com.
Under Scott’s direction, the Technology Infrastructure Services team manages compute platform services, network services and operations, production management, technology design and architecture, infrastructure governance and strategy, technology service delivery, while also providing support for the more than 270,000 Wells Fargo team members and their entire holistic desktop, phone and device experience.
During his nearly two decades with the company, Scott has held various executive positions, including head of Enterprise Hosting Services, Chief Information Officer for Wholesale, Trust and Investment Banking, head of Payment Strategies and Strategic Alliance and Ventures where he created and led the Strategic Alliances & Ventures groups, Vice President of Performance Reporting, Cost Accounting and Controller, Bank Operations and Cash Management.
Prior to joining Wells Fargo, Scott held executive positions with Deloitte Consulting, LLP, including Lead Client Services partner, Co-Leader of Strategic Sourcing and Outsourcing Practice for Financial Services, and as a partner.
Scott has been profiled in several top financial publications, including Financial Times and American Banker, as well as industry trade outlets including ZDNet, Bank Technology News and Computerworld.
Scott received a Bachelors of Science Degree in Banking from the University of Minnesota Carlson School of Management. His interests include spending time with his family, tennis, golf, and outdoor activities.