Tech earns interest at Wachovia

Certoma, Susan
July 2007
eWeek;7/9/2007, Vol. 24 Issue 24, p63
An interview with Wachovia Chief Information Officer (CIO) Susan Certoma is presented. When asked about what the area is Wachovia now located, considering its growth, she concedes that they are in the global business, where she identified some of their divisions like its base in Charlotte, North Carolina. According to her, they are now focusing on several areas, like the growth of its investment bank business. Moreover, she discusses the company's stance in green business.


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