Movers & Shakers

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Celink Hires Compliance and Reverse Mortgage Experts Celink has hired two additions to its reverse mortgage servicing team. Debra Taylor will serve as a compliance officer and Becky Cotter will serve as project manager for the information technology department. Taylor will oversee Celink’s state licensing, manage the internal quality control process, and will be responsible for overall compliance with servicing regulations, while Cotter will assist with the continued development of Celink’s reverse mortgage servicing platform, ReverseServ.

Accumatch Hires Dennis Gassoway Property tax servicer Accumatch has hired Dennis Gassoway as director of national sales. As such, Gassoway will lead the company’s continued initiative to grow its property tax services nationwide. Gassoway brings 28 years of property tax servicing knowledge to Accumatch. He has specific experience in property tax servicing, reverse mortgages, tax certificates, and most importantly, an unrelenting focus on customer service and product excellence.

ReverseVision Announces New Title Integration with Mortgage Information Services ReverseVision has announced that title servicer Mortgage Information Services (MIS) has integrated with RV Exchange (RVX)—ReverseVision’s flagship reverse loan origination system (RLOS) platform. Reverse mortgage lenders use RVX for the full lifecycle of the loan—from initial proposal through application, underwriting, closing and post-closing. Now, lenders who need to order titles from MIS will be able to trigger the request with the click of a button. Not only will MIS receive the request electronically, but also as each step of the title process is completed, the loan record in RVX will be automatically updated. The MIS integrated title service is now available to all RVX users. “Partnering with vendors like MIS empowers our clients to improve their workflow and be more successful,” said ReverseVision President and CEO John Button.

Reverse Mortgage Funding Names Jean Noble Chief Marketing Officer Reverse Mortgage Funding (RMF) has hired leading marketing strategist Jean Noble as its chief marketing officer. In this role, Noble will report to RMF President David Peskin and will develop and lead all national marketing efforts. Noble has a strong history in the reverse mortgage and financial services industry, with broad experience across all marketing disciplines. By implementing thorough training programs, incorporating new technology and optimizing workflows, Noble has improved conversion rates and reduced costs for multiple companies. She will leverage that experience as RMF finalizes its national sales team and expands its initiatives to garner additional market presence. “We are thrilled that Jean has chosen to join the RMF team,” Peskin said. “She is a true talent who possesses a very forward-looking view on marketing strategy. We were looking for someone who, through skill and tenacity, could make an impact on the strong momentum we have built since our founding in 2012.” Prior to joining RMF, Noble served as director of marketing and call center sales at Urban Financial of America. Before that she consulted for MetLife Bank was was executive vice president at Senior Lending Network.

FirstBank Hires Reverse Wholesale Manager FirstBank has hired Bob Garczewski as its HECM correspondent manager. As such, Garczewski will head the bank’s wholesale reverse division and affinity partnerships, leveraging its internal account executives on the forward side, along with current third-party correspondent accounts, to grow the bank’s reverse network. FirstBank is a 107-year-old FDIC-insured bank and is dedicated to the reverse mortgage industry. It is looking to recruit and hire reverse mortgage professionals nationwide.


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