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Assurant Field Asset Services hires compliance leader

Paul Magaha to oversee compliance initiatives

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Assurant Field Asset Services, an inspection and preservation solution provider for the mortgage and housing industries, hired industry veteran Paul Magaha to lead the company’s compliance initiatives.

“Paul’s vast compliance and risk management expertise will be a great asset to our clients and our team,” said Paul Carlson, chief operating officer.  “He will further develop our existing GSE and FHA processes and our internal audit process.”

Magaha is the past president and current treasurer of the National Association of Mortgage Field Services and will serve as director of regulatory compliance. 

He brings more than 20 years of leadership experience in risk management, compliance, field service operations and vendor management, most recently serving as assistant vice president for industry relations at ServiceLink Field Services. 

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