Encore Bank’s Chief Innovation and Technology Officer Allan Rayson was recently named the 2022 Digital Banker of the Year by American Banker — recognizing him for achieving unprecedented growth in 2021 with 95% asset growth, 119% loan growth, 107% deposit growth, and 1,276 new loans worth approximately $740 million.
Join us for this webinar to hear Allan and MANTL Co-Founder and CEO Nathaniel Harley discuss Encore’s remarkable story, the long-term value of a high-performing culture, and the essential role of transformational tech partnerships in unlocking explosive growth.
- How to establish a digital strategy that delivers business outcomes
- Best practices for vetting tech partners that can scale your financial institution’s growth
- Why technology partnerships are a strategic advantage
Co-founder and CEO
Nathaniel Harley is the CEO and co-founder of MANTL, an enterprise SaaS company helping traditional financial institutions modernize and grow. Founded in 2016, MANTL’s mission is to expand access to financial services. MANTL believes that the strategic deployment of technology will define the banking landscape for decades to come. Its white labeled software helps community and regional institutions raise billions of dollars in core deposits each year and is up to 10x more cost-effective than building a brick-and-mortar branch. Before founding MANTL, Nathaniel founded and invested in several startups and began his career in investment banking at Goldman Sachs.
Chief Innovation Officer and Chief Technology Officer
Allan Rayson is an accomplished banker and leader with a twenty-year track record as a commercial banker and market executive in the commercial banking and specialty finance space. As the Chief Innovation Officer and Chief Technology Officer at Encore Bank, Allan is leading an innovative digital strategy that has been instrumental in driving unprecedented growth for the privately-held, commercially-focused boutique bank. Prior to joining Encore Bank, he held positions at Regions Bank, BBVA Compass, Bank of Texas and Comerica Bank. He is also the former CEO and co-founder of PaidUp, a financial technology company designed to support youth sports clubs.