Nymbus introduces industry advisory board

Source: Nymbus

NYMBUS, a leading provider of banking technology solutions, has announced two distinguished banking and digital leaders to form its new industry advisory board.

The inaugural team of executives will provide valuable perspectives for helping more financial institutions accelerate their digital growth with Nymbus.

“With today’s increasingly changing environment, financial organizations are eager to digitize their products and services but lack the scale, investment dollars, large teams, or modern technology to succeed,” said Jeffery Kendall, Chief Executive Officer of Nymbus.
“Our Advisory Board brings together extraordinary individuals whose combined professional backgrounds provide a comprehensive understanding for helping institutions of any size to prioritize impactful, intentional innovation to move their businesses ahead. The team’s collective counsel is a significant benefit for Nymbus and our customers and partners,” furthered Kendall.

The founding members of the Nymbus Industry Advisory Board are:

Rilla Delorier: Repeatedly named to American Banker’s Top 25 Most Powerful Women in Banking, Delorier has held senior leadership roles at prominent banks throughout her career. Most recently as the Executive Vice President and Corporate Strategy Officer for Umpqua Bank, she was responsible for the industry focus and shift towards human digital banking. By essentially creating a new model for growth, her guidance ultimately moved the bank forward. Previously, Delorier led the $2.7 billion Retail Line of Business at SunTrust, including 1,400 branches and all digital channels.

John Janclaes: A 30-year industry veteran, Janclaes has steered an extensive career of achievements in the financial services industry and is renowned for advocating the credit union movement. He most recently led Partners Federal Credit Union as President and Chief Executive Officer. Partners serves employees of The Walt Disney Company and, under Janclaes’ tenure, has grown five-fold to more than $2.1 billion in assets. It currently numbers more than 180,000 members and is ranked among the top one percent of credit unions nationwide.

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