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2020 HW Insider: Matt Tully

Sagent Lending Technologies Vice President of Agency Affairs and Chief Compliance Officer

Matt Tully

Matt Tully played an integral role in helping Sagent reinvent and modernize how lenders power the homeownership and lending experience.

Through a compliance and information security lens, he has driven servicing innovation rooted in compliance best practices that have allowed mortgage servicers to react and adapt in real time to seismic shifts in mortgage servicing policy, particularly in light of the COVID-19 pandemic. Specifically, Tully spearheaded Sagent’s compliance and information security strategy, and made some impressive strides during his first year with the company. Among other accomplishments, Tully served as Sagent’s first chief compliance officer; rebuilt the compliance and information security organization by recruiting, onboarding and training five new team members; identified and built strong relationships with the mortgage industry’s biggest players in Washington; and transformed Sagent’s user experience, for both loan servicer and borrower, to prioritize compliance and information security industry standards throughout the mortgage servicing process.

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