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David Grosteffon named wholesale divisional sales manager at Carrington

Will focus on "establishing strategic alliances with banks and credit unions"

David Grosteffon Carrington

The wholesale lending division of Carrington Mortgage Services has appointed David Grosteffon as its divisional sales manager for strategic accounts.

In his new position, Carrington said Grosteffon will “manage the company's focus on establishing strategic alliances with leading community banks and credit unions.”

Prior to joining Carrington, Grosteffon was vice president and sales manager for JPMorgan Chase (JPM), where he focused on the growth of the JPMorgan private client brand in the Westchester, New York market.

“David Grosteffon's financial management background and market expansion experience support Carrington's growth strategy to further extend its reach to meet the unique needs of prospective borrowers – particularly those in the underserved market,” said Ray Brousseau, executive vice president of Carrington’s mortgage lending division.

Prior to his time at JPMorgan, Grosteffon was vice president and sales manager at Household Finance/HSBC in the Westchester market. Earlier in his career, Grosteffon served as regional operations vice president at Fremont Investment and Loan in New York, and regional vice president at CitiFinancial/The Associates in the Colorado, Idaho, Oregon, Washington and Wisconsin markets.

“David and his team are well equipped to effectively manage our partnerships with leading community banks and credit unions, which will play a significant role in contributing to our overall business strategy,” Brousseau added.

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