BM Technologies, a digital banking platform, announced Jim Dullinger has been hired as chief accounting officer.

In his new role, Dullinger will collaborate closely with other members of the senior leadership team to ensure the integrity of the company’s accounting, external reporting, and financial operations and support the company’s ability to continue to scale for the future.

He brings more than 25 years of accounting, reporting, and financial operations leadership experience, serving primarily the banking, investment, and information technology industries.

Prior to joining the company, he served for more than two years as chief financial officer at Iota Communications, according to his LinkedIn profile.

Previously, Dullinger served for more than 14 years in senior accounting and finance leadership roles at several publicly traded and private equity owned startup and middle-market technology, e-commerce, and investment services companies.

In these roles, he provided accounting and finance leadership through periods of business growth and transformation, building financial infrastructure and ensuring the relevance and reliability of accounting and reporting.

Dullinger began his career in public accounting with 10 years of combined experience at PwC and KPMG, providing audit and other assurance services to publicly traded companies operating within the banking and investment services industries.