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Wolters Kluwer employee elected to MISMO committee

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Abdias Lira, a software architect with Wolters Kluwer Financial Services, was elected to the Mortgage Bankers Association subsidiary committee, which promotes the guidelines of the Mortgage Industry Standards Maintenance Organization.

Lira has also been involved with MISMO since 2001, playing a major role in developing the MBA nonprofit's efforts to streamline its e-document structuring.

Serving on MISMO’s e-mortgage workgroup, organization and marketing subcommittees and architecture workgroup, he will now join the governance committee as well.

Wolters Kluwer has supported Lira’s extensive involvement with MISMO.

“They realize, like I do, that my work in helping to develop and maintain MISMO standards and further the e-mortgage initiative benefits our customers and the entire industry,” Lira said.

“His forward-thinking and hard-driving efforts with MISMO typify the subject matter expertise behind all of Wolters Kluwer Financial Services’ solutions and services,” said Jason Marx, vice president and general manager of Wolters Kluwer’s residential and indirect lending businesses.

— Paul Dang

 

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