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Altavera Mortgage Services adds Debora Aydelotte as chief operating officer

Named HousingWire Magazine Woman of Influence in 2014

Altavera Mortgage Services, a provider of third-party residential mortgage origination services, announced the addition of Debora Aydelotte as the company’s chief operating officer.

Aydelotte brings more than 25 years of experience to Altavera’s executive team.

Aydelotte joins Altravera from Altisource Origination Services, which is a part of Altisource Portfolio Solutions.

While at Altisource, Aydelotte was named a HousingWire MagazineWoman of Influence in 2014.

Debora Aydelotte

Prior to her time at Altisource, Aydelotte drove expansion and profitability at mortgage banking and financial services firms such as Wells Fargo, HomeSide Lending, Mellon Bank and BancBoston.

“We want to be the partner of choice for residential loan originators seeking collaborative, end-to-end mortgage origination services,” said Altavera President Brian Simons.

“Now, with an established industry leader like Deb, we look forward to expanding operations while delivering even greater value and efficiency to our clients,” Simons added. “Deb is joining Altavera after a year of tremendous company growth, and we are thrilled to have her guidance and leadership as we continue to move forward.”

Aydelotte said she is excited by the opportunity at Altavera.

“We anticipate ongoing shifts in the landscape of our industry, and Altavera has already demonstrated its ability to execute brilliantly in this fluid environment," Aydelotte said. "I’m pleased to join a firm with such clarity of commitment and enthusiasm for strategic growth.”

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