nCino Stock

ncino.comFinTechFounded: 2012Funding to Date: $205.11MM

nCino is a provider of cloud banking solutions designed to empower financial institutions with scalable technology to help them achieve revenue growth, greater efficiency, cost savings and regulatory compliance.

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Team

Management Team

Pullen Daniel
Co-Founder, Managing Director, International & Executive Vice President
Jonathan Rowe Ph.D
Chief Marketing Officer
Trisha Price
Chief Product Officer
Sean Desmond
Chief Customer Success Officer
Josh Glover
Chief Revenue Officer
James Mahan III
Co-Founder & Chairman
Pierre Naudé
Co-Founder, Chief Executive Officer & Board Member
Izak Cronier
Chief Risk & Information Officer

Board Members

Jeffrey Horing
Insight Partners
William Ruh
James Mahan III
Spencer Lake
Jeffrey Lunsford
Pierre Naudé

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News

Cloud-based core banking vendor nCino is to expand its business in the US mortage market through the acquisition of SimpleNexus in a stock and cash transaction valued at approximately $1.2 billion.
Australian SME challenger bank Judo Bank has confirmed that it will be using the Cloud based Bank Operating System developed by nCino.
nCino's first quarterly earnings report revealed both skyrocketing revenues and deepening losses as it aims to usurp incumbent technology vendors.