Linda Nosegbe Named Vice President of Comerica Inc.

Linda Nosegbe
Linda Nosegbe // Photo courtesy of Comerica Inc.

Comerica Inc. has named Linda Nosegbe as vice president of southeast Michigan external affairs market manager. Comerica’s Michigan headquarters are in Detroit.

Nosegbe’s responsibilities include managing and developing relationships with the bank’s community partners, civic and government leaders, and nonprofit organizations. She will also manage community investments, community services and volunteerism, financial educational programs, partnerships with community development financial institutions, and oversee all community reinvestment act responsibilities in southeast Michigan.

“Linda brings a wide range of valuable experience gained over the past two decades that will continue improving our engagement with the communities we serve,” says Irvin Ashford Jr., chief community officer for Comerica Bank. “As we focus on elevating our relationships and delivering vital resources, Linda will prove valuable in our community investment and financial education outreach.”

With more than 22 years of experience in the banking industry, Nosegbe first joined Comerica in 2008 and served as consumer operation analysist. She also has held a variety of roles with increasing scope and responsibility.

Most recently, Nosegbe served as Comerica’s corporate compliance fair lending officer. In this role, she was responsible for administering the bank’s Fair Lending Compliance Program risk assessment exams and statistical analyses to ensure that the bank remained compliant with fair lending laws, regulations, and guidance. Additionally, she would perform periodic fair lending monitoring of the bank’s lending portfolios, served as an adviser to senior management on fair lending issues, and partnered with business unit managers to identify and correct potential fair lending risk issues with respect to fair lending laws and regulations.

Nosegbe is a graduate of Walsh College where she earned her Master of Business Administration, as well as a bachelor’s degree in business administration and computer information systems and programming. She also serves on the leadership board for the Comerica African American Initiative, holds the position of networking chair for the Comerica’s Michigan Women’s Forum, and is an active member of Comerica’s Michigan Women’s Initiative.

Comerica Bank, a subsidiary of Comerica Inc., has served Michigan since its Detroit founding in 1849. Comerica is based in Dallas.