Bolstering Strategic Growth for Financial Institutions
NYMBUS®, a leading provider of banking technology solutions, announced the appointment of digital banking leaders Cameron Peake and Ian Hurst to its Industry Advisory Board.
“We are thrilled to welcome additional industry veterans Cameron and Ian, expanding our Advisory Board with their tremendous knowledge and influence within financial services”
The Nymbus Industry Advisory Board’s prominent list of esteemed members bring diverse backgrounds and expertise for guiding more banks and credit unions to leverage Nymbus’ unique growth model which buys back decades of lost innovation time and quickly creates new, sustainable digital revenue streams.
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“We are thrilled to welcome additional industry veterans Cameron and Ian, expanding our Advisory Board with their tremendous knowledge and influence within financial services,” said Jeffery Kendall, Chairman and CEO of Nymbus. “The journey to next-level business growth for financial institutions begins with doing something different and Nymbus is the catalyst to get them there. We are fortunate to have Cameron and Ian on the team to introduce and deliver more partner institutions with the people, process and tools we make available for any size institution to succeed with impactful, intentional innovation.”
Cameron Peake: Cameron is an entrepreneurial leader focused on leveraging digital channels to improve access to financial services around the world. She was most recently the CEO and Co-Founder of Azlo, a leading digital banking platform for small businesses in the US. There, she launched, built and scaled the company to support the financial and business needs of small entrepreneurs, and was recognized as one of Fortune Magazine’s “40 Under 40” for her work to deliver financial services to businesses impacted by COVID. Prior to Azlo, Cameron worked at the international development agency Mercy Corps, where she launched mobile money and banking products in countries including Haiti, Indonesia and Zimbabwe.
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Ian Hurst: Ian was formerly the Global Financial Services leader for IBM. In this role, he was responsible for IBM’s overall relationship with major financial services firms around the globe. Ian and his team helped clients transform their businesses to respond to the swiftly changing array of business conditions, regulatory requirements, and other challenges they face today. Under his tenure, Ian’s focus on driving operational performance and reinventing portfolio offerings helped grow financial services to be the largest industry group within IBM. Prior to joining IBM, Ian was a partner with McKinsey & Company, where he was a long-standing leader in McKinsey’s Financial Institutions Practice.
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