Even Financial names Nadine Murray from JPMorgan as SVP of strategy

Source: Even Financial

Even Financial, the leading search, comparison and recommendation engine for financial services, announced today that Nadine Murray has joined the team as Senior Vice President of Strategy.

She joins Even from J.P. Morgan Chase, where she served as Vice President, leading digital marketing and acquisition programs for the consumer bank. In her new role, Nadine will work closely with Even’s FI partners, drive strategic planning for Even’s value proposition and spearhead expansion into new consumer financial product verticals.

Murray brings over 15 years of experience leading strategy and execution of digital marketing programs at J.P. Morgan Chase, Citibank and American Express. During that time, she has been at the forefront of driving innovation in digital acquisition across the full range of consumer financial services.

“We’re thrilled to have Nadine join our team as we continue to expand the success we’ve achieved with our core personal loans API,” said Phillip Rosen, Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Even. “Our mission is to bring any financial services product traditionally delivered by a bank branch into our API to facilitate omnichannel acquisition, and we’re confident that Nadine is the right person to help us accomplish this.”

“Even has achieved tremendous growth, particularly over the past year,” said Murray. “I am excited to help Even accelerate its plans to power API-based acquisition across the financial services industry.”

Even recently appointed several other notable new hires, including Weifang Zhu as Vice President of Strategic Growth, and Bethany Patterson as Vice President of Partner Solutions. Zhu joins Even from Barclays, and Patterson comes from Index Exchange.

Through its platform, Even enables a wide range of over 150 partners - companies like Credit.com, The Penny Hoarder, Transunion and Empower - to connect and monetize their audience with optimal product recommendations and real-time decisions from financial institutions, such as Prosper, Lending Club and Marcus by Goldman Sachs.

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