Wilson Chai is a Vice President and Senior Lending Officer at Bank of America. He has been with the bank since 2004. Wilson is a highly-experienced mortgage banker and has always been a top originator in the nation. He has completed more than 2,000 mortgage transactions in his career.
Prior to Bank of America, Wilson was an independent financial consultant for several automotive and telecommunication companies. He was also a member of a professional Porsche race team which successfully competed in the 2004 Grand-Am Rolex Sports Car championship series.
Earlier in his career, Wilson was Vice President, Investment Banking at Wells Fargo Securities, where he advised the bank’s S&P 500 clients on IPO, equity private placement, and merger and acquisition transactions. He was also part of the integration team for several Wells Fargo acquisitions.
Wilson was an accountant with Arthur Andersen from 1990 to 1993. He has a Master Degree in Business Administration from DePaul University. He also earned a BA degree in Economics from the University of Chicago.