Anne Clarke Wolff
Anne Clarke Wolff is a 30-year transformational leader in the financial services industry with expertise managing large scale global businesses and working with companies through financial life cycles – from initial public offerings to mergers and acquisitions. In 2021, Anne founded Independence Point Advisors (“IPA”), a women-owned investment bank and advisory services firm, where she serves as its Chief Executive Officer based in New York.
Prior to IPA’s launch, Anne spent the majority of her career managing businesses focused on banking relationships, access to capital markets as well as treasury transformation. During her roles building Bank of America’s $10B Global Corporate Banking business, and as Head of Sales for JP Morgan’s Treasury and Securities Services business, Anne advocated for the integration of technology and banking in driving business results. She also served as Head of North America Corporate Banking at Citigroup and has been repeatedly recognized as one of The Most Powerful Women in Banking by American Banker and Notable Women in Finance by Crain’s New York.
In 2019, Anne launched Leading in the Boardroom, recognized for its industry defining thought-leadership content for existing and aspirational female directors. This diverse community of women corporate directors and executives gather periodically on ESG, Shareholder Activism, SPACs, Cyber Security and Digital Transformation. Anne has focused her energies investing in and mentoring fintech companies as well as working with women technology founders. Anne serves on the boards of Amphenol Corporation and the Public Theater. She resides in Brooklyn, New York.