Articles Tagged with ''loanDepot''

MBA Annual Alert: Quicken, loanDepot leaders see fintech barrier to Amazon buy-in

Anthony Hsieh and Bill Emerson say mortgage space still has too much friction
Rumors have long swirled that Amazon has eyes on the mortgage business, but industry leaders say it's unlikely the company will dive in just yet. At MBA's annual convention on Tuesday, Hsieh and Emerson said there's still too much chaos in the space, but predict that fintech is on the verge of changing all that.
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loanDepot CEO personal net worth reportedly at $2 billion

Anthony Hsieh set to get even richer with Amazon at the door
While Amazon continues to build a mortgage division within its ranks, the online giant reportedly continues to search for a strategic acquisition to buy into the mortgage retail space. One name often put forward is loanDepot, though CEO Anthony Hsieh is already reportedly doing just fine without needing to sell the company.
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From HW Magazine

2018 Women of Influence: Tammy Richards

Enterprise Chief Operations Officer, loanDepot
Tammy Richards is enterprise chief operations officer at loanDepot, and has also been a C-level executive at some of the nation’s largest lending organizations during the industry’s shift into contemporary times. She currently oversees more than 1,600 team members and is responsible for growing and refining loan production, as well as managing underwriting, processing, credit policy, funding/closing processes and quality controls. In the last year, Richards’ group helped originate and fund $35 billion, making loanDepot a top 5 retail lender.
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From HW Magazine

2018 Women of Influence: Eileen Kim

Product Development Lead at loanDepot's mello Innovation lab
Today, Eileen and her team are actively crafting a proprietary consumer lending platform that enables consumers to connect with local home improvement professionals and fund their improvements in one seamless online environment.
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From HW Magazine

2018 Rising Stars: Richard Calle

Executive Vice President, Chief Strategy Officer at loanDepot
Richard Calle, executive vice president and chief strategy officer for loanDepot, is the primary executive in charge of executing the company’s vision to combine simplicity and local advice to give consumers a one-stop shop for home buying, financing and improvement.
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From HW Magazine

2018 Rising Stars: Kamran Bakhtiari

Vice President of Marketing at loanDepot
Kamran Bakhtiari, vice president of marketing at loanDepot, is responsible for customer acquisition. His team has helped the company rapidly rise to become the nation’s fifth-largest retail mortgage lender.
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Communication is key: Q&A with loanDepot’s Julius Washington

"In today’s market, communication is the biggest tool you have"
How do Loan Officers set themselves apart and earn a share of today’s smaller business pie? We asked Julius Washington, executive licensed lending officer at Foothill Ranch, California-based loanDepot. As one of loanDepot's top-performing LOs, Washington shared his perspective on what drives his personal success. 
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MBA Tech: What's next for the mortgage industry?

Leaders of loanDepot, Quicken, PenFed and CBRE share their perspectives
The companies represented by these executives are some of the most successful in our industry — or any industry. Their companies are diverse in size, scope and client base, but the executives have one thing in common — they see enormous opportunity in their employees and customers. Their vision is not limited to the current products or services that their current employees offer their current customers. In fact, these guys might disrupt more than just the mortgage industry.
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Monday Morning Cup of Coffee: Goldman Sachs buys startup Clarity Money to bolster Marcus

Plus, more on the AIME/Blend partnership for brokers
It's the start of a new week, but the news couldn't wait for Goldman Sachs, which announced on Sunday it purchased personal finance startup Clarity Money (and its 1 million users) to boost its consumer-lending business Marcus. Plus, more on the Blend and AIME partnership for brokers and a new mortgage servicing rule goes into effect this week.
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