CHARLOTTE, N.C. — DebtBook, a fintech company based in the Queen City, has hired its first head of business development. Michael Juby joins the team after spending the past five years at First Tryon Securities, a leading regional advisory firm, where he served as managing director and led the firm’s higher education and nonprofit practice.
For more than 15 years, Juby has helped borrowers throughout the Southeast find creative solutions to meet their financing needs. Before joining First Tryon, Juby was a partner at Parker Poe Adams & Bernstein LLP, where he advised local governments, universities, nonprofits, health care institutions, financial institutions, and corporations in a wide variety of public and corporate finance transactions.
“We are thrilled to welcome Michael to DebtBook,” Tyler Traudt, co-founder and CEO of DebtBook, said in a statement. “He brings a level of experience and expertise that will be invaluable to our team and clients, and he has a passion for his work and for client service that we look for as we continue to grow. As head of business development, he will play a critical role in scaling our business.”
Juby graduated with honors in 2005 from the University of North Carolina School of Law and in 2000 from NC State University, where he was a member of the inaugural class of Park Scholars.
“I’m excited to join the DebtBook team,” Juby said in a statement. “I’ve spent my career helping clients find better, more efficient ways to meet their financing needs. Now at DebtBook, I have the opportunity to help finance teams across the country save time, strengthen compliance, and reduce stress as they shift to managing their debt and leases entirely in the cloud.”
DebtBook makes powerful debt and lease management software for governments and nonprofits. You spend less time finding and fixing spreadsheets, more time leading your team forward with confidence.