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U.S. REO Partners names Mary Brill managing partner

Joins after 16 years at JPMorgan Chase

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U.S. REO Partners has appointed Mary Brill as managing partner. The USREOP board of directors made the appointment earlier this month.

“We are thrilled to have Mary join our team, and know that her exceptional work ethic and extensive experience in banking and business development will be of inestimable value to USREOP as our membership continues to grow and expand throughout the country,” said USREOP board president Troy Capell said.

Brill joins USREOP from JPMorgan Chase, which she had been with since 1998. During her time at JPMorgan Chase, she held several positions, including REO manager, assistant vice president and senior operations analyst. 

Brill was tasked with improving operations and efficiency through special projects with both loss mitigation and foreclosure departments at Chase. Prior to her time at Chase, Brill was an asset manager with Great Western Bank. She started her real estate career as a sales agent with Coldwell Banker in California.

Brill is also a past president of REOMAC.

“With Mary’s help, we will continue to grow our mission to serve our membership and the industry as a whole,” Cappell added. “Our entire membership will benefit from Mary’s knowledge and experience, and I know that she will quickly become an indispensable member of the USREOP team.”

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