STG Announces New Executive as Chief Financial Officer, Expands Banking Shared Services Practice
Summit Technology Consulting Group (STG), a leading software solution, cloud engineering and modernization firm serving the financial services industry, welcomes Sangeeta Kishore as Chief Financial Officer.
Ms. Kishore has a deep history of leading progressive community banks, most recently part of the executive team that started Grasshopper Bank (the first digital bank for commercial customers in the US), that raised over $130 million to innovate how banks support commercial clients. Prior to joining Grasshopper Bank, Ms. Kishore was the CFO at Metropolitan Commercial Bank, served as the Senior Executive Vice President, Chief Financial Officer and Senior Risk Officer at Kish Bank.
“As STG expands its outsourced bank
operations team, Sangeeta’s talent and depth
of experience in banking industry, will allow us to provide even more
value to our community
bank customers”. Sangeeta will be deeply
involved in helping
grow our services practice allowing our clients to think differently
about how they manage
their back-offices to increase operational efficiency – including credit
SBA operations and risk management services. Building strong business
cases around bank
transformation is critical as more and more leadership teams contemplate
how to remain
competitive – Sangeeta will be an asset to peer CEO and CFOs
contemplating strategic changes.”
Ms. Kishore holds four degrees including a Master’s in Economics and Master of Business Administration with concentrations in finance and strategy from the University of Chicago, Booth School of Business. She is based in the Northeast with her family.
STG, whose investors have included American Bankers Association, and Cape Cod Five Cents Savings Bank is focused on helping community and regional banks modernize their operations, technology delivery, and backoffice processes. STG supports over 200 community institutions in their efforts to modernize and increase back office operational efficiencies.