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Posted October 12, 2021


Bank and credit union software company Nymbus Inc. announced Oct. 5 it will move its corporate headquarters from Miami Beach to the VyStar Credit Union corporate campus in Downtown Jacksonville.

Nymbus Chairman and CEO Jeffery Kendall discussed the corporate move during a news conference outside the JAX Chamber offices Downtown.
About Nymbus

The news conference announced Nymbus as the previously code-named Project End Game, which was approved for $4.53 million in state and city tax dollars to create fintech jobs in Jacksonville.

{mprestriction ids="1,4,9"}Kendall said the decision started by deciding how to create a partnership with VyStar beyond the credit union’s $20 million financial investment in the fintech company.

“And that meant actually being in the same office together, being shoulder-to-shoulder having those daily conversations,” Kendall said after the news conference.

“We love the fact that we’re just an elevator ride away from some of our key products and capabilities that we’re launching with VyStar,” he said.


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