Who got hired or promoted this week? Here’s our weekly rundown, in chronological order.
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TitleVest announced that Timothy Oberweger joined its team as managing director of business development and counsel. “Timothy is extremely well-versed in the complexities of title insurance as they relate to the real estate industry as a whole,” said Brian Tormey, president of TitleVest, in a statement. “I look forward to working alongside Timothy on new business development strategy, as well as on enhancing the TitleVest experience for our existing client base.”
This week’s hires
Paul “Tim” Thompson III is the new chief financial officer at NewDay, a leading VA lender. “We are pleased to have Tim join our senior management team as we build the leading mortgage company in the veteran marketplace,” said Robert Posner, chief executive officer of NewDay, in a statement. “He has a tremendous background in capital markets and credit risk and brings a deep understanding of NewDay after serving as a member of our Board of advisors for 10 years.”
LeaderOne Financial, a mortgage banking company, announced that Steven Light was promoted to executive vice president and chief strategy officer. “Steven is an organized, optimistic leader who sees the big picture and
knows how to recruit individuals to the mission,” noted A.W. Pickel III, founder, president and CEO of LeaderOne Financial, in a statement. “He has the ability to
see the issues with a laser-like focus. I count on Steven for his candid opinions and his gifted leadership.”
Andrew Hoffman is the new head of asset management for Carlton Group’s Carlton Strategic Ventures. Carlton is an international real estate investment banking group.
Vantage Production, a provider of marketing and sales solutions for lenders, named Timothy Murphy as its new executive vice president of sales. “Tim Murphy is a tremendous asset for Vantage Production thanks to his deep experience not only in marketing and sales, but in lending,” said Sue Woodard, Vantage Production CEO and president, in a statement. “His blend of experience, organizational and process skills are exceedingly rare.”
WFG National Title Insurance Company announced that Morton “Mo” Manassaram is the company’s new senior vice president, regional manager for its Florida agency operations. “Mo has tremendous experience and success supporting title agents on a national scale, as well as implementing best-in-class risk management resources,” said Gene Rebadow, executive vice president, Eastern division agency. “He will be an outstanding resource for our agents in helping them grow their businesses.”
Bill Raveis, chair and CEO of William Raveis Holdings, announced that his sons Chris Raveis and Ryan Raveis will become co-presidents of the company.
Tamara King was promoted to vice president of residential policy and member engagement at Mortgage Bankers Association. “Tamara is a valuable resource to MBA because of her deep understanding of real estate finance policy and her long-term relationships with our members,” said David Stevens, president and CEO, in a statement. “Her responsibilities with MBA’s various committees, including overseeing the Diversity and Inclusion Committee, makes her an invaluable resource to our association and our industry.”
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