WILMINGTON – David Rudow, a veteran executive for Wall Street firms as a senior analyst, is the new chief financial officer at fast-growing cloud banking firm nCino.

He succeeds Jeff Babka who left nCino in June,”hanging out a shingle” to become an advisor for a variety of clients.

Rudlow has nearly two decades of experience in the financial and technology sector, having served as a senior analyst at Piper Jaffray, JPMorgan and other firms. He most recently was senior vice president for finance at CentralSquare technologies.

The move comes as nCinco, considered a “unicorn” for having achieve more than $1 billion in valuation, continues to exand its reach and services with deals in Japan and Canada.

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“We are excited to welcome David to the team and view his experience, not only in finance, but in technology and software specifically, as an important asset to nCino,” said Pierre Naudé, CEO of nCino. “Adding David to our team will strengthen our ability to grow, while remaining focused on our core mission—to transform the global financial services industry through innovation, reputation and speed.”

In the announcement, Rudow noted:

“As a pioneer in cloud banking, nCino is transforming how financial institutions operate through a commitment to innovation and long-term customer success. I’m excited to be a part of the next wave of innovation to drive growth and change across the financial industry.”

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