MReport April 2018

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12 | TH E M R EP O RT MCROWD Who's moving on and who's moving up in the industry This month, some of the industry's largest companies saw significant changes to their corporate lineups. Know someone moving up in the industry? email us at GOVERNMENT KIRSTEN SUTTON MORK The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau's (CFPB) Acting Director Mick Mulvaney officially announced that he had named Kirsten Sutton Mork as Chief of Staff for the Bureau. Sutton Mork had been serving as staff director of the House Financial Services Committee under Chairman Jeb Hensarling, and it was Hensarling who first announced her departure back in January. "I worked with Kirsten during my tenure as a member on the House Financial Services Committee and can attest to her in-depth financial policy expertise, proven track record of developing and implementing strategic initiatives, and ability to manage a team," said Mulvaney. In her new role, Mork will be joining another former Hensarling aide, Brian Johnson, who took a job as senior adviser to Mulvaney from his role as senior counsel of HFSC. LENDER/SERVICER JOE COLLINS With the appointment of Joe Collins to the role of National Recruiting Director, Premier Nationwide Lending is taking strides toward progression. Collins has more than 40 years' experience and has held senior positions in correspondent, mortgage insurance, and retail areas of the mortgage industry. In his new position, he will recruit experienced loan originators to facilitate the company's rapid growth plans. Collins expressed that he is thrilled to be part of Premier Nationwide Lending and stated, "There are so many experi- enced and educated mortgage professionals in this organization. The level of enthusiasm, leadership, and growth plans are unlike any I've experienced in my career." In collaboration with The Richards Group, the largest independent advertising agency in America, Premier Nationwide Lending is rolling out a new logo and redefining the RICHARD BRADFIELD, BILL SHULER Home Point Financial Corporation (Home Point), a national, multi-channel mortgage originator and servicer recently announced that it had named Richard Bradfield as Enterprise CFO and Bill Shuler as CIO. Both will report directly to Willie Newman, Home Point Financial President and CEO. Prior to joining Home Point, Bradfield spent more than 25 years at PHH Corporation, most recently in the role of SVP, Head of Originations, Financial Institutions Group. He is an accomplished and seasoned financial executive. Schuler previously served as President of WPS Advisors, LLC, and as COO at Genesis Pure. He has nearly 20 years' experience leading business and information technology brand shortly. MARY MBIYA Flagstar Bank has announced that Mary Mbiya will serve as Program Manager of its diversity and inclusion initiatives. Mbiya has over 18 years' experience in financial services, with five years at Flagstar where she most recently served as VP and Senior Branch Manager in Rochester. "I'm fortunate that Flagstar has already created a template for diversity and inclusion," said Mbiya. "I hope to use my knowledge of the bank and the communities we serve to make a significant impact both inside and outside the company." In her new role, she is responsible for leading further development and implemen- tation of Flagstar's strategy for diversity and inclusion. According to Flagstar, the company has already demonstrated corporate leadership in diversity and inclusion, both as a signatory to the CEO Action for Diversity & Inclusion pledge, and as a winner of the MBA's Residential Leadership Award for Organizational Diversity and Inclusion. ERIC SCHUPPENHAUER Citizen Bank announced the appointment of Eric Schuppenhauer as President of its Home Mortgage Business, where he will lead the next stage of growth for Citizens Bank's mortgage business. Previously at Capital One, Schuppenhauer was responsible for all aspects of the bank's mortgage production and mortgage and home equity servicing, including regulatory communications and both industry and community advocacy. At Citizens Bank, he will be responsible for managing mortgage sales, operations, strategy, secondary markets, and technology teams and will report to Brad Conner, Vice Chairman and Head of Consumer Banking at Citizens Bank. SERVICE PROVIDER AMY BRANDT Docutech, a provider of document, eSign, eClosing, and compliance technology for the mortgage, home equity and consumer lending industries, has named Amy Brandt as its new CEO. Brandt, formerly President and COO, will continue to serve as the company's president and will assume the CEO role from Founder Ty Jenkins, now the company's chairman. Recognizing the company's longstanding document and compliance leadership position and potential for growth, Serent Capital, a San Francisco-based private

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