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Cloud-based company makes key hires in Europe, builds international momentum

nCino, the worldwide leader in cloud banking, has strengthened its presence in Europe. The company recently opened an office in the City of London and is strategically hiring team members, positioning itself for continued international growth.

Part of nCino’s strong success in the United States can be attributed to the company’s dynamic culture and dedication to hiring the right people, and this philosophy is persisting as nCino expands to new geographies. Pullen Daniel, one of nCino’s co-founders, is serving as Managing Director of Europe, working with financial institutions across all asset sizes to transform banking with nCino’sBank Operating System. nCino has also welcomed seasoned industry veteran, Charlie McIver, as the Director of Professional Services with the company’s European customer success team. McIver brings more than 20 years of financial services experience to nCino. Prior to joining the company, he was a senior delivery manager at a large retail banking system vendor and managed projects in more than 20 countries.

“nCino’s rapid growth in the United States has been a true testament to our platform’s ability to change the way banks operate via the cloud, and I’m so excited to see this momentum already starting to spread across the UK and Europe,” said Daniel. “Even as we scale and expand to new locations, we’re maintaining our unique company culture that puts employees and customers first in all that we do. We’re looking forward to long partnerships with financial institutions across the globe to help them enhance processes through innovation, digital engagement and speed.”

nCino has already added key roles to its European operation throughout sales and delivery,  and continues to actively hire product specialists, solution architects, engineers, and project managers – key roles of the delivery machine. After just five years, nCino now has more than 170 financial institution customers with assets ranging from $200 million to $2 trillion, including nine of the top 30 U.S. banks. nCino is already making strong progress throughout Europe, with several banks already either signed as customers or live with the platform.