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Newbold Advisors adds six new senior-level members

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Mortgage consulting firm Newbold Advisors added six senior-level members to the firm this week.

Daniel Allen joins the firm as managing director of government consulting, bringing over 28 years of experience. Prior to joining the firm, Allen was vice president of enterprise architecture at Fannie Mae.

John Gruenwald was hired as managing director of human resources consulting. In his last role, he built and managed JCG Human Resources group and brings more than 20 years of experience.

Additionally, the company appointed Pamela Holland managing director of compliance and litigation support. Holland brings over 20 years of mortgage industry experience, most recently as associate general counsel at Fannie Mae.  

Kurt Nyffeler was named managing director of business intelligence. Previously, Nyffeler worked as senior vice president at Sogeti USA and has over 27 years of experience. 

Bringing with her 25 years of experience, Melinda Napoli joins as senior director of program/change management, most recently she worked at JPMorgan Chase (JPM).

Meanwhile, Frank Poiesz was appointed as senior director of loan origination systems. Before joining the firm, Frank worked at Aurora Bank and has over 30 years of experience. 

"Newbold’s recent hires allow for rapid expansion to meet the demands of the marketplace," said Jason Bohrer, Partner. "Our growth has been tremendous, and these new hires will add significant value to our firm and our clients."

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