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LPS EVP joins MBA Board of Directors

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Lender Processing Services’(LPS) Executive Vice President Bill Griffin joins the Mortgage Bankers Association’s Board of Directors, the company announced.

The new board members will work to set the MBA's strategic direction and oversee management of its initiatives.

 "I am honored that the MBA has selected me to serve on its board during this period of enormous change within the mortgage finance industry," said Griffin. "LPS and the MBA have a proud history of working together to develop industry solutions, and I will continue to support our combined efforts toward fair and ethical lending practices, greater professional excellence in real estate finance and expanding homeownership in America."

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