Senior Executive Vice President, Chief Banking Officer
Peter L. Sefzik is the Senior Executive Vice President, Chief Banking Officer at Comerica Bank. He is a member of Comerica's Management Executive Committee.
He was promoted to his current role in January 2023 after serving as Executive Vice President, Commercial Bank. In his role, Sefzik oversees the revenue teams, including Commercial Bank, Retail Bank, Wealth Management, as well as Marketing and Customer Experience. He remains focused on customer relationships and growth across all three major business segments and through Comerica’s marketing investment.
As Executive Vice President, Commercial Bank, Sefzik was responsible for all lines of business in the Commercial Bank segment of Comerica which included General Middle Market, Business Banking, Specialty Lines of Business, Treasury Management & Capital Markets.
Sefzik also has served as the Texas Market President. Sefzik oversaw all business and community development efforts in the bank’s headquarters market, including direct management responsibility for Middle Market and Energy Lending in Texas. Additionally, he managed six regional presidents and had overall market responsibilities for the commercial, wealth and retail lines of business in Texas, Arizona and Florida.
Sefzik, who began his banking career with Comerica as a credit analyst in 1999, served as senior vice president and national private banking group business manager until 2014. Prior to that, he was regional managing director of Wealth Management for the bank’s Texas, Arizona and Florida markets, and held various roles of increasing scope and responsibility within Comerica’s wealth and commercial banking lines of business, including nine years in Comerica’s Energy Lending group.
He received his bachelor’s degree in International Relations and MBA in International Management from Baylor University, and earned his juris doctorate from Southern Methodist University’s Dedman School of Law. He currently serves on the board of the United Way of Metropolitan Dallas.