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Jack Henry's senior vice president and president of Jack Henry Bank Solutions is retiring.
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Jack Henry's senior vice president and president of Jack Henry Bank Solutions is retiring.

Jack Henry exec to retire

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A longtime employee at Monett-based financial software firm Jack Henry & Associates Inc. (Nasdaq: JKHY) is retiring from the company.

A company employee since 1999, Stacey Zengel is set to retire on June 30, 2024, as senior vice president and president of Jack Henry Bank Solutions, according to a news release.

"Stacey has consistently demonstrated an unwavering commitment to helping our community and regional financial institution clients achieve success throughout his long and distinguished time at Jack Henry," President and Chief Operating Officer Greg Adelson said in the release. "Stacey exemplifies our core values of leadership by providing inspiration and guidance through a collaborative approach."

Zengel was promoted to president of Jack Henry Bank Solutions in 2015 and became an executive officer at the company in 2018. Prior to that, he was named Jack Henry's first general manager of imaging solutions in 2004 and GM of outlink processing services in 2013.

"I am very grateful for my time at Jack Henry and the opportunity to work with so many wonderful colleagues and friends," Zengel said in the release. "It's been an honor working at a company with a deep culture that supports our associates, community and regional financial institutions, and our shareholders."

Zengel's total compensation was $923,266 during the company's latest fiscal year that ended June 30, according to a filing with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission.

JKHY shares were trading at $154.24 as of 9:23 a.m., compared with a 52-week range of $136.57 to $192.33 per share.

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