MGIC Investment Corporation (MTG) is bolstering its senior management with the promotion of three of its own, Jay Hughes, Sal Miosi and Margaret Crowley.

Hughes, who was previously vice president and managing director for the Pacific region, was named senior vice president of sales and business development. In his new role, Hughes will lead MGIC’s sales regions, national accounts and lender insights sales.

Hughes (pictured above) has been with MGIC since 1987, when he joined the company as an account manager in the Mid-Atlantic region.

Miosi, who was previously vice president of marketing, was named senior vice president of business strategies and field operations. In his new role, Miosi will lead MGIC’s marketing field support, marketing product development, strategic planning, underwriting, and lender insights operations.

Sal Miosi

Miosi (pictured right) joined MGIC in 1988 and held a variety of leadership positions in the company throughout his tenure, including in the technology, sales and marketing divisions.

Crowley, who was previously marketing program director, was named vice president of marketing and customer experiences. In her new role, Crowley will lead the marketing and customer experience teams for MGIC.

Crowley (pictured left) joined MGIC in 1988 as well, and has held roles in the technology and marketing divisions during her time at MGIC.

The promotions will take effect on March 2, 2015.

Margaret Crowley

Additionally, MGIC also hired Bob Candelmo as the company chief technology officer. In this role, Candelmo will oversee MGIC's technology vision and strategy as well as lead the execution for Infrastructure platforms, data, and architecture practice.

Prior to joining MGIC, Candelmo was senior vice president of enterprise information services for SunTrust, where he was responsible for establishing a new information management strategy and had oversight over technology delivery for data and analytic platforms. 

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