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Mortgage Network hires new SVP of residential lending

Ryan Hayes brings almost two decades of mortgage experience to role

Mortgage Network, an independent mortgage lender in the eastern U.S., announced this week that Ryan Hayes has joined the company as senior vice president of residential lending.

According to the company, Hayes will work with the company’s leadership to “pursue strategic development and growth opportunities” in an effort to strengthen the Mortgage Network’s position in the mortgage banking industry.

“Ryan brings with him a unique skillset and proven track record in managing technology, secondary markets, sales, credit, compliance, and operations,” said Mortgage Network President Jim Comosa. “His credentials and experience nicely rounds out the strength of our leadership team and complements the longtime sales and operations leadership of Brian Koss and Sharon Dostie.”

Prior to joining Mortgage Network, Hayes served as senior vice president of residential lending at Salem Five Bank. According to the announcement, he was responsible for all operational activities at Salem Five Bank, including the development, implementation and compliance monitoring of all lending policies and procedures.

In total, Hayes brings almost 20 years of mortgage experience to the new role, and he continues to serve on the board of directors for the Massachusetts Mortgage Banking Association.

“I am incredibly excited to join one of the premier independent mortgage bankers in the country and work with such a great leadership team,” said Hayes. “The chance to work with and learn from Robert McInnes and Jim Comosa, as well as collaborating with the current executive team, is an incredible opportunity. I hope to lead and introduce new ideas that will help continue to usher in growth and innovation to Mortgage Network.”

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