Mary Rosen is Senior Counsel (Capital Markets) at Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. where she serves as the U.S. Lead Counsel for international trade services. Her practice areas include commercial and standby letters of credit (UCC Article 5); supply chain finance (payables and receivables); international product development; international operations support; policy development; regulatory issues related to trade finance; international dispute resolution; and cross border credit and collateral issues.
Ms. Rosen actively participates as Co-Chair of the American Bar Association Letter of Credit Subcommittee and is a member of the Legal Committee of the International Chamber of Commerce. She also has served in many other capacities: CLE panelist for Leadership at Your Best, University of St. Thomas School of Law (2018); CLE faculty for Security Interests: Agreements and Filings, Business Law Institute (2018); CLE faculty for Letter of Credit Primer, Banking Law Institute (2015); Co-Chair, Trade Finance Practice Group, Wells Fargo Legal Department (2018-present); Panelist at the Institute for International Banking Law and Practice (2015, 2016, 2017 and 2018); Member of the Legal Advisory Group for BAFT focused on international banking regulatory issues, policy issues and international standard banking practices; Member of the International Section, American Bar Association and provides in house training for Wells Fargo Legal Department on Letters of Credit and Reimbursement Agreements.