Sadie Gurley

When the industry experienced the pressures of the financial crisis, it turned to Sadie Gurley to find a way forward, counting on her to recapitalize trouble debt and participate in PPIP funds for the recovery.

As managing director at Marathon Asset Management, Gurley purchased $400 million in distressed real estate loans during the financial crisis, securing $1.4 billion in PPIP funds. Furthermore, it was the only asset manager of its size to participate in the market at that level.

As a leader in due diligence, Gurley brings her knowledge of trading, securitization and due diligence from the customer viewpoint to a service provider in order to bring a more efficient client-focused service provider to market.

Gurley has decades of experience in the mortgage industry and has held several leadership positions. Her initiatives to upgrade technology and manage complex financial instruments have left a lasting impression.

Gurley was chairman of the board of for Matrix Servicing in Phoenix, ran her own investment portfolio at GreenLake Investment Partners, and was most recently brought on to Digital Risk to head the firm’s due diligence business to manage an expected surge in mortgage securitizations.

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