Decoding Compliance

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Mcrowd Meet the Industry's MCrowd Who's Moving On and Who's Moving Up In the Industry As executives announce plans to step down, major firms call their best and brightest to lead into the future. Jonathan Corr. Jonathan Corr moved up in Ellie Mae's ranks. Corr now serves the company in a dual role as president and COO. He is an 11-year veteran of Ellie Mae, leading product management efforts and serving as chief strategy officer before his promotion to COO in 2011. He has also been recognized for his contributions to mortgage technology and his role in the creation of Ellie Mae's Encompass360 software. Prior to joining the company, Corr held executive-level positions at Peoplesoft, Inc., and Kana Software. William Demchak. The board of directors at Pittsburgh's PNC Financial Services Group announced that company president William S. Demchak has been elected as a director. Demchak will also succeed board chairman James E. Rohr as CEO once Rohr steps down in April. Demchak joined PNC in 2002 as CFO, becoming head of corporate and institutional banking in 2005 and working his way up to president in 2012. He is also a director of BlackRock, Inc., an investment management firm owned in part by PNC. Peggy Wood. Peggy Wood is the newest member of ISGN's newly formed Global Solutions Integration team. As SVP of the group, Wood is responsible for developing enterprise process strategies and comprehensive action plans to enable the company to meet global sales goals. Her 25 years in the industry have taken her through several executive-level roles for companies including SunTrust Bank, Affiliated Computer Services, and EDS, a multinational information technology equipment and services company. Lisa Weaver. Lisa Weaver, CMB, joined ISGN as SVP of mortgage solutions. Weaver brings two-and-a-half decades of industry experience with her, having held executive and management roles at Freddie Mac, Onewest Bank, General Electric, and Lender's Choice. In her new position, she is responsible for working with ISGN's sales and solutions architecture on customer deals as well as expanding the company's product offerings. Peter Butler. Peter Butler signed on to the ISGN team as EVP of strategic development. In his new role, Butler puts his decades of experience to work by providing leadership, strategy, and vision to create profitable growth for new business ventures in both technology and service channels. He also plays a key role in the management of national sales, operations, and product development. Prior to joining ISGN, Butler served as VP of national sales for Lenderlive. Tim Landwehr. ISGN promoted Tim Landwehr to EVP of client partner strategic accounts. Formerly ISGN's SVP of national accounts, Landwehr now oversees the company's strategic accounts and sales operations to expand its client partnerships. He's held various positions for Fortune 1000 mortgage and financial services companies, including Altisource, Trust Title, and IndyMac Bank. David Stein. In Ohio, Residential Finance Corporation named David Stein president of its retail branch division. Stein is a seasoned mortgage industry veteran and has significant experience in real estate, labor and employment law, and civil litigation. The appointment is an expansion of Stein's previous role as general counsel. He is also one of the company's co-founders and, according to CEO Michael Isaacs, "is the natural choice to lead future growth in the retail branch division." Sue Stewart. LoanSifter, Inc., a Wisconsin-based provider of product eligibility and pricing solutions for the mortgage banking industry, announced the hiring of Sue Stewart as VP of client services. Stewart has a 30-year track record of successful leadership in the mortgage business, serving most recently as SVP at Move, Inc. There, she championed the first-ever online prequalification decision engine, making Move a leading source of mortgage information and lead generation. 20 | The M Report

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