Nymbus expands leadership team with new hires
US core banking vendor, Nymbus, has expanded its leadership team with the appointment of new chief product and chief alliance officers.
Sarah Howell joins as chief alliance officer, while Larry McClanahan comes on board as chief product officer.
Howell takes up her role at Nymbus after four years at Visa as director of partnerships and new initiatives. Prior to her time at Visa she spent five years at TSYS.
The vendor says Howell will help advance Nymbus’ network of partnerships to “generate further differentiated solution offerings”.
McClanahan joins after almost three years at MidFirst Bank as senior vice president for digital banking. He has also had spells at Fifth Third Bank, Cincinnati Bell, and consultancy Sogeti.
Jeffery Kendall, CEO of Nymbus, says the industry can soon expect to see “an accelerated line up of cutting edge fintech developments”.
He adds Nymbus continues “to push boundaries for helping institutions succeed.”
Nymbus reshuffled its executive team in October 2020, obtaining a new chief executive officer in Kendall, as well as a new chief financial officer.
Kendall replaced Scott Killoh, Nymbus’ founder, who moved into an executive chairman role.
The new chief financial officer (CFO), Jim Modak, succeeded former Nymbus president David Mitchell, who left the firm to join Liberty Bank as chief digital officer.
The banking vendor signed a deal with PeoplesBank towards the tail end of 2020.
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