— Westpac veteran joins nCino in key advisory role to fuel next phase of Company’s growth, expansion across the Asia Pacific region
nCino , the worldwide leader in cloud banking, today announced that it has appointed Andrew Carriline as Regional Strategic Advisor for nCino — Asia Pacific.
A senior finance executive with deep risk, banking and legal experience, Carriline brings over 30 years of experience to the nCino team. Formerly with Westpac, one of Australia’s “big four” banks and the country’s first and oldest banking institution, Carriline held numerous senior roles during his tenure there. Of note, Carriline served as the Chief Risk Officer of the Institutional Bank at Westpac and most recently as General Manager, Banking Industry Initiatives at Westpac Group, where he was responsible for the implementation of the Australian banking industry’s “6-point plan” that serves to protect consumer interests, increase transparency and accountability and build trust and confidence in banks.
“We are delighted to welcome Andrew to the team and view his impressive track record in banking and risk in APAC as a great asset to nCino,” said Mark Bernhardi, General Manager — Asia Pacific. “Andrew’s intimate knowledge of the market, his recent board and advisory roles in fintech and banking and his passion for innovation will help guide and support our growth in the region. We expect he will also be highly valued by our customers as we look to form new strategic partnerships.”
“In an environment of evolving customer demands, competition and regulation, the nCino team offers both experience and solutions that are timely and much needed,” said Carriline. “I did extensive due diligence on nCino and was incredibly impressed by the capabilities of the nCino Bank Operating System platform, the reputation of their people and the speed at which they deliver outcomes and value for financial institutions.”
This appointment follows nCino’s increased investment in the region and the expansion of new strategic product and implementation partners. In addition to the appointment of Carriline, nCino has recently added key new hires in its Sydney office across sales, business development and partnerships and alliances.
A cloud-based platform, nCino empowers bank employees and leaders with insight into their organization through an end-to-end solution combining customer relationship management (CRM), loan origination, workflow, account opening, enterprise content management and instant reporting capabilities. nCino integrates with a bank’s core and transactional systems, while replacing point solutions and manual-based processes. The Company currently has more than 650 full-time employees and in addition to its Sydney office, maintains offices in London, Toronto and at its worldwide headquarters in Wilmington, North Carolina.
nCino is the worldwide leader in cloud-banking. Its Bank Operating System improves employee efficiency while enhancing the customer experience for onboarding, loans and deposits across all lines of business. Transforming how financial institutions operate through innovation, reputation and speed, nCino works with more than 250 financial institutions globally whose assets range in size from $200 million to $2 trillion. A proven leader, nCino is part of the Forbes Cloud 100 and was named the #1 “Best Fintech to Work For” by American Banker. Follow