As CEO, Kevin Brungardt has guided RoundPoint Mortgage Servicing Corp. into a berth among the top 15 nonbank servicing companies in the U.S.

With the help of his executive team, Brungardt completed a $94 million equity private placement of convertible preferred stock to secure a strong financial future for the company. The funds went toward RoundPoint’s expansion efforts, growing its leading mortgage servicing rights co-issue program, eliminating debt and investing in promising initiatives.Vanguard logo

Kevin BrungardtUnder him, the RoundPoint team generated an annual revenue growth of 174%, outperforming the past three years by 182%.

Brungardt values his people and has earned RoundPoint distinction in Charlotte as the best large company to work for. It took that title in 2017 and is a finalist in the competition this year, once again.

Brungardt believes in the company motto of “all in, all win,” and leads with a personal touch, never haughty, always approachable. He also believes in paying it forward, investing his time and effort to cultivate a culture of generosity and service by showing those virtues in his own life. Brungardt serves and promotes strong community involvement in the Charlotte and Dallas communities, encouraging his staff to volunteer to further a host of good causes.

Ultimately, Brungardt’s mission is to create the first marketplace for homeowners that makes the total cost of homeownership transparent and helps make homeownership as a whole more sustainable and affordable.

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