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Newbold Advisors names Amy Creason as senior director of capital markets

Promoted from senior management consultant

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Newbold Advisors has promoted Amy Creason to senior director of capital markets. Creason was a senior management consultant for Newbold for the last two years prior to her promotion.

Creason brings more than 20 years of capital markets experience as a mortgage industry professional with a focus on mortgage loan origination, operations, servicing, securitization, credit risk management, asset valuation, and financial and strategic planning to her new role at Newbold.

“Newbold Advisors has proudly served our valued clients on capital markets subjects for years. However, we have recently dedicated more resources to the capital markets practice to support all sizes of clients and industry partners with broad and deep technical expertise,” said Jason Bohrer, Newbold’s president.

“We are confident that Amy, with our other management staff, will deliver the capital markets and secondary marketing knowledge that our mortgage industry clients and partners require.”

According to Newbold, Creason has spent her career collaborating with high-performance corporate teams, managing multi-billion dollar mortgage pipelines, and identifying and mitigating interest rate, product, credit, counterparty, operational and strategic risks.

Prior to joining Newbold, Creason served in several capital markets roles at SunTrust Mortgage, including head trader, trade desk manager, contract finance manager, and investor relations manager. 

In these roles, Creason was responsible for interest rate risk management, hedging, whole loan trading, negotiated sales to GSEs, contractual negotiations of whole loan sales and private-label securitizations, counterparty management and corresponding credit lines, and holistic oversight of relationships with non-agency investors, rating agencies and other outside parties

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