Listen to podcast interview with Daniel Ayala, SVP, Wells Fargo about remitance services for Hispanics
Posted by Elena del Valle on May 11, 2006
Daniel Ayala, senior vice president and business unit manager, Wells Fargo Global Remittance Services group
Photo: Wells Fargo
A podcast interview with Daniel Ayala, senior vice president and business unit manager, Wells Fargo’s Global Remittance Services group, is available in the Podcast Section of Hispanic Marketing & Public Relations, HispanicMPR.com. During the podcast, Daniel discusses marketing financial services to Hispanics with Elena del Valle, host of the HispanicMPR.com podcast.
As senior vice president and business unit manager for Wells Fargo’s Global Remittance Services group Daniel is responsible for developing, executing, and managing the bank’s global consumer remittance strategy. His team is primarily focused on the product development and management of consumer remittance product operations for Latin America and Asia. Daniel and his team manage the InterCuenta Express, Dinero al Instante, and other products focused on consumer remittances to India, the Philippines, Mexico, Guatemala, and El Salvador.
Daniel is a global payments systems expert with more than 15 years of experience. Previously, he was responsible for product management, marketing, and sales management activities for Citibank, JP Morgan Chase, and Bank of America.
He graduated from DePaul University in Chicago, Illinois with a bachelor’s degree in Computer Science and received his master’s degree in business administration from Nova Southeastern University in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Daniel is also a Certified Cash Manager (CCM) with the Association for Financial Professionals. He and his family live in the San Francisco Bay Area in California.
To listen to the interview, scroll down until you see “Podcast” on the right hand side, then select “HMPR Daniel Ayala,” hit the play button or download it to your iPod or MP3 player to listen on the go, in your car or at home. To download it, click on the arrow of the recording you wish to copy and save to disk. The podcast will remain listed in the May 2006 section of the podcast archive.
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