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LoanLogics appoints new chief product strategist to enhance its offerings

Brenda Clem leverages more than 30 years of residential mortgage experience

LoanLogics, a provider of loan quality technology for mortgage manufacturing and loan acquisition, recently appointed Brenda Clem as its new chief product strategist.

In her new position, Clem will now be responsible for developing and implementing strategic plans for all LoanLogics products and maintaining relationships within the mortgage industry to understand the prioritization of market needs, according to the company.

“Throughout her career, Brenda has been a tireless advocate for leveraging technology to improve processes throughout the mortgage manufacturing cycle,” said Bill Neville, the CEO of LoanLogics. “Brenda brings a depth of capital markets experience and will play a primary role in the construction and evolution of our investor centric product offerings. I am delighted to welcome Clem to the LoanLogics team.”

As an industry veteran, Clem comes to LoanLogics with more than 30 years of residential mortgage experience. Most recently, Clem served Pavaso as its executive vice president of capital markets and was also a consultant for Street Resource Group, where she was responsible for providing education and awareness for eNote and eMortgage adoption.

“I am thrilled to be joining a regtech leader so firmly dedicated to creating safer, more efficient and more transparent mortgage processes,” Clem said. “I look forward to building relationships with existing and potential clients and helping to identify new markets for LoanLogics’ technology, which I feel is unsurpassed in today’s industry.”

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