Nomis Solutions, an innovator of fintech software that helps retail banks deliver win-win customer engagement through price optimization, customer-centric offers, and omnichannel sales enablement, has appointed Douglas Luftman as its vice president, general counsel, and secretary. Mr. Luftman brings a broad spectrum of corporate legal experience in both established and emerging growth companies. He will report to Nomis President and CEO Frank Rohde out of the company’s Silicon Valley headquarters.
Mr. Luftman has worked for some of Silicon Valley’s innovation powerhouses. Most recently, he was general counsel at Lecorpio, a SaaS startup that provided Fortune 500 companies with an advanced workflow management and data analytics platform, through to its acquisition in 2017. Prior to Lecorpio, Mr. Luftman’s two-decade senior leadership legal career included working at NetApp Inc., Palm Inc., and Intel Corp. Prior to working in-house, Mr. Luftman was an attorney at Fenwick & West LLP, a Silicon Valley law firm.
“What attracted me to Nomis Solutions is the stellar management team and its vision for applying innovative advanced analytics to modernize retail banks’ operations to the benefit of both the financial institutions and their customers,” said Doug Luftman, vice president, general counsel, and secretary of Nomis Solutions. “Innovation supported by strong intellectual property are the engines that are driving the growth of many successful fintech companies. I see Nomis possessing such qualities, and these competitive advantages will continue to accelerate its business.”
Frank Rohde, president and CEO of Nomis Solutions, views Mr. Luftman’s deep experience with innovative tech companies as essential assets for the company as it continues to broaden its customer base. “I am thrilled to have Doug on board. His experience in both consumer-facing, as well as enterprise-technology companies, will be invaluable as we manage the legal framework around data protection and privacy, intellectual property protection, and contracting with the world’s largest financial institutions.”