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M R EP O RT | 7 MTECH and associated payments can be processed directly through Simplifile's secure service, elimi- nating payment errors and check- writing expenses. Kentucky joins 48 other U.S. states that have authorized e-re- cording of deeds, mortgages, and other documents to enable faster and more cost-effective land re- cord transactions. Only Vermont has yet to begin e-recording. "As a result of adopting Simplifile's e-recording program, the Jefferson County Clerk's Office Legal Records Division was one of the first counties in the Commonwealth of Kentucky to record a land records document submitted electronically," said Nore Ghibaudy, Director of Public Relations at Jefferson County Clerk's Office. "This process will be time saving for our customers." Union Bank Partners with FIS for Banking Technology THE COMPANIES WILL WORK TOGETHER TO CO-ENGINEER THE NEW SOLUTION TO MEET THE BANK'S SPECIFIC NEEDS. U nion Bank, a member of MUFG Americas Hold- ings, one of the 20 largest bank holding companies in the United States, will use the FIS Modern Banking Platform to co-develop and co-engineer systems that will be core to its banking transformation program to drive innovation and address the evolving needs of its clients today and into the future. FIS and Union Bank will work together to co-engineer the new solution to meet the bank's specific needs. Union Bank is the first global financial institution to choose the new Modern Banking Platform to drive innovation forward. The plat- form, which also includes the FIS Digital One omnichannel platform, will provide the bank with a range of advanced capabilities to benefit clients, including an intuitive user experience and integrated digital and mobile banking tools. "Expanding on our suc- cess working with FIS on our PurePoint Financial digital bank, we are advancing our digital-first deposit platform across Union Bank," said Steve Cummings, President and CEO of MUFG Union Bank. "We are confident that this new platform will help us deliver an exceptional client experience and enhance our competitiveness while continuing our heritage as one of the most trusted financial groups." "The new FIS Modern Banking Platform will help Union Bank meet the expectations of digitally savvy clients who expect their banking experience to be as easy and convenient as shopping online," said Gary Norcross, FIS Chairman, President and CEO. "We are excited to bring this groundbreaking new platform to market and delighted to be chosen by Union Bank as its technol- ogy partner for its core banking transformation initiative." Executive Changes for Technology Company CHELSEA GOYER BRINGS VAST EXPERIENCE TO THE EXECUTIVE TEAM, HAVING HELD SENIOR POSITIONS AT REDFIN FOR MORE THAN 12 YEARS. R emine, a fast-growing tech- nology company that serves over 1,000,000 real estate professionals through more than 50 Multiple Listing Services (MLSs) announced that it has named Chelsea Goyer as Chief of Staff for the company. Remine has quickly established itself as a market-leader by develop- ing the best MLS solutions in the industry. After seeing significant year-over-year growth, the company is seeking to take its products and services to the next level. "We know that a company is only as strong as its people, products, and partnerships—which is why we are thrilled to welcome Chelsea on-board as our Chief of Staff," said Jonathan Spinetto, COO of Remine. Goyer brings vast experience to the executive team having held senior positions at Redfin for more than 12 years. As the former vice president, Partner Program & MLS Relations, at Redfin she under- stands the challenges facing the industry, and the importance of deepening the connection between the real estate community and Remine's tried-and-true solutions. "Remine is a leading technol- ogy company with an energetic, innovative mentality that's key to thriving in this ever-changing industry," said Goyer. "I'm thrilled to join the team and am looking forward to helping Remine ensure MLSs across the industry can serve their customers with the best possible solutions." "I'm excited for what the future holds, because here at Remine, we are bringing digital transforma- tion to the real estate transaction," said Mark Schacknies, CEO of Remine. "Chelsea brings invaluable operational experience, industry relationships, and strategic vision to help realize this goal."

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