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Q2 Appoints New Chief Banking Officer

Q2 Appoints New Chief Banking Officer
Former Texas Capital Bank and Accenture executive Kirk Coleman joins Q2 to boost the company’s growth strategy and market leadership in digital banking and lending

Q2 Holdings, Inc, a leading provider of digital transformation solutions for banking and lending, announced the appointment of Kirk Coleman as its chief banking officer. In this role, Coleman will be responsible for driving Q2’s growth strategy, product management and marketing, to meet increasing customer demand for Q2’s comprehensive digital banking and lending solutions.

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“Like Q2, I value the important role that banks and credit unions play in serving their communities and I’m passionate about ensuring they continue to thrive”

Prior to joining Q2, Coleman founded Centerline Advisors in July 2020 with the mission of helping mid-sized financial institutions and fintechs develop actionable strategies. Previously, he served as a senior executive with Texas Capital Bank for five years, responsible for Service, Operations, Technology, and Strategic Planning. Coleman also had a successful 20-year career at Accenture where he served as Managing Director (Partner), devoting the majority of his time to developing and managing banking clients. In addition to his client responsibilities, Coleman worked across multiple specialties, including Core Banking and Front Office transformation (Marketing, Sales and Service), holding several leadership roles within the North America Banking practice and the Dallas office. Coleman earned a degree in Economics from Baylor University where he served on the Advisory Board of the Hankamer School of Business and is an investor with the Baylor Angel Network. Coleman also served on the Information Technology and Operations Management Advisory Board at Southern Methodist University and currently serves on the advisory board for the Mid-Size Bank Coalition of America.

“Kirk brings tremendous experience to Q2 that spans both consulting and financial services,” said Matt Flake, Q2 CEO. “As a former Q2 customer, banker and consultant, Kirk understands our business, industry and the customers we serve. For the past year, he’s been working closely with me and the Q2 executive leadership team on our business strategy, and his unique perspective and expertise will be an asset to the company. In addition, Kirk’s passion for helping financial institutions be successful and better serve the needs of their customers, members and community is closely aligned to Q2’s mission. I’m very excited to have him join our leadership team as we continue to accelerate our growth strategy and strengthen our market leadership.”

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“Like Q2, I value the important role that banks and credit unions play in serving their communities and I’m passionate about ensuring they continue to thrive,” said Coleman. “The speed at which technology is evolving is not slowing down and financial institutions recognize the need to accelerate their digital transformation strategy to stay ahead. Q2 has successfully empowered financial institutions across the U.S. and around the globe with its broad range of market-leading digital banking and lending solutions. I look forward to working with the leadership team as Q2 continues to pursue its compelling mission and growth strategy.”

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