ComplianceEase announced recently it added former Mortgage Bankers Association Chairman David Kittle as senior vice president of government and industry relations. People Movers

In his new role, Kittle will oversee the company’s interactions with federal and state regulators, GSEs, capital markets participants, and mortgage industry groups. He will also develop new business and sales efforts. 

“David has a deep understanding of all aspects of the mortgage industry including origination, underwriting, risk management, and regulatory compliance,” said John Vong, president of ComplianceEase.

“His extensive knowledge, entrepreneurial spirit, and well-deserved reputation for being a client-focused leader make him an ideal candidate to deliver effective strategy and solutions to our government and industry clients. We are pleased to welcome David to the ComplianceEase team,” added Vong.

Prior to joining ComplianceEase, Kittle served as senior vice president of federal solutions for First American Mortgage Solutions, where he managed company relationships and product suites with Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac, Federal Home Loan Banks, Ginnie Mae and the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development.

In 2009, Kittle was elected chairman of the MBA. He previously served on the MBA Board of Directors and also served as chairman of the MBA’s Political Action Committee and was former vice chairman of MBA’s Residential Board of Governors. Kittle also served as president of the Kentucky Mortgage Bankers Association and is a founding partner and vice chairman of The Mortgage Collaborative.

“ComplianceEase is already the industry’s premier automated compliance provider. I’m looking forward to working with John and the team to enhance and develop new solutions that our clients need to face within the ever changing regulatory environment,” said Kittle. 

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