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Mortgage Connect names Brian Frye executive vice president, capital markets

Frye previously co-founded mortgage default services company, AMRE Solutions

Mortgage Connect, a national closing and title settlement services firm, announced Friday that industry veteran Brian Frye is joining the company as executive vice president, capital markets. 

In this role, Frye will lead sales and operations for Mortgage Connect’s capital markets division. This division provides title, collateral and transaction support services to institutional investors, banks and GSEs that trade and securitize whole loans in the secondary market.

With 15 years of experience as a senior mortgage banking and capital markets executive, Frye brings plenty of capital markets knowledge to the role.

“We are pleased to have Brian leading our capital markets division and expansion initiatives. Brian is highly regarded in the capital markets space and has a proven track record building solutions to meet the needs of the largest, and most demanding investors in the industry,” said Jeff Coury, Mortgage Connect CEO and managing partner. “Equally as important, he shares our client-first culture and relentless commitment to customer service.”

Prior to joining Mortgage Connect, Frya served as senior vice president of business development for Solidifi, a provider of residential real estate appraisals.

He also held leadership roles for companies including Linear Title & Closing, Wingspan Portfolio Advisors and Integrated Asset Services. Frye was also a principal and co-founder of AMRE Solutions, a diversified mortgage default services company. 

“I am excited to leverage the company’s foundation of robust technology, infrastructure, and leadership to meet the needs of our customer base and to provide the ultimate customer service experience,” Frye said. “We are completely aligned on our strategic vision for the marketplace and building trusted relationships with all current and future clients.”

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