March 2016 - RIP Dodd Frank

TheMReport — News and strategies for the evolving mortgage marketplace.

Issue link:

Contents of this Issue


Page 9 of 67

8 | TH E M R EP O RT MCROWD SANJIV DAS Caliber Home Loans, Inc., appointed Sanjiv Das as CEO of the company. Prior to joining Caliber, he served as EVP, Global Financial Solutions at First Data Corp., where he led the international business and played an instrumental role in taking the company public. Das also previously served as Chief of Staff at First Data Corp. Before Global Financial, he served as the CEO and President of CitiMortgage, Inc. Das also served as Head of Citi's global mortgage product group. He also previously served as Managing Director at Morgan Stanley Institutional Securities (Equities) Division. JOHN FIKANY John Fikany joined Quicken Loans as VP of Strategy, where he will be responsible for development of strategy and execution for large technology and other initiatives, while identifying and leveraging technology and business opportunities within the company and its subsidiaries. Previously, Fikany served as General Manager and VP of Microsoft's Enterprise Sales and Partner Group. In his VP role, he led Microsoft's enterprise sales in 18 states and oversaw nearly 1,000 employees. In his 12 years at the company, he also held a number of other senior level roles, including VP of U.S. Commercial Sector Industries. RALPH MCLAUGHLIN Trulia promoted Housing Economist Ralph McLaughlin, to Chief Economist. McLaughlin will now lead Trulia's housing economics research team and provide house hunters with key insights about the economy, housing trends, and public policy. Prior to joining Trulia in 2014, McLaughlin was an Assistant Professor of Urban and Regional Planning at San Jose State University, where he was the Director of the Real Estate Development program. He has also worked as an Assistant Professor in Urban and Regional Planning at the University of South Australia. During his time as an academic professor, his research focused on housing supply, urban growth, and economic geography. DAVE PETRO Dave Petro has been chosen as Head of Sales and Business Development at ClosingCorp. In this position, Petro will lead the ClosingCorp sales organization, develop customer acquisition strategies, and be responsible for building and maintaining relationships with leading loan origination systems and industry settlement service portals. Petro joins ClosingCorp from Accenture where he was primarily responsible for developing outsourcing and consulting engagements with several super- regional banks. Prior to that, he held a series of senior sales and account management positions at CoreLogic and its former parent, First American. JOHN PARRISH LenderLive named John Parrish as Regional Account Executive for the company's Correspondent Lending division, where he will work with current and prospective clients, primarily community banks and credit unions in Ohio, Michigan, West Virginia, Kentucky, and Indiana that are participating in or considering the LenderLive correspondent program. Parrish brings more than 20 years' experience in the mortgage industry to LenderLive. Most recently, he served as an Account Executive at Impac Mortgage where he managed and built relationships across a five- state territory. Prior to his time at Impac, he was a Regional Manager with CMG Financial, where he worked with clients and prospects to add products and processes that help build efficiencies in delivery and underwriting. He also held a series of successful Regional Account Manager positions including his time at Aurora Loan Services and Countrywide Home Loans. MARK MAYHOOK First Guaranty Mortgage Corp., (FGMC) named Mark Mayhook as Senior Director of TPO Production. Mayhook has been with FGMC since 2011. Prior to his new role, he was responsible for the Capital Markets Division. With his transactional guidance, the FGMC Trade Desk has Who's moving on and who's moving up in the industry This month some of the industry's largest companies saw significant additions to their corporate lineup. "TRID has changed a workflow that's been in existence for more than two decades. There's more emphasis on accuracy, automation, and collaboration. Plus, there's more emphasis on the risk of getting it wrong when regulators have repeatedly indicated they aren't going to back down." —Dave Petro, ClosingCorp

Articles in this issue

Archives of this issue

view archives of TheMReport - March 2016 - RIP Dodd Frank