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NBS welcomes two industry veterans to senior leadership team

New hires bring over 50 years of combined experience

NBS has brought on two new hires to leadership roles, the company announced recently. 

Joining NBS as executive vice president of national business development, Matt Slonaker is tasked with leading revenue growth strategy efforts. He will be responsible for key aspects of customer acquisition, revenue growth management, marketing enablement and business development.

“Matt has a proven track record of building revenue growth programs and developing successful business development teams,” said NBS Chief Executive Officer Brad Cloud. “We’re glad that he is joining our leadership team and driving our organic growth in the mortgage, consumer and automotive industry segments.”

Jeff Aiken is also joining the team and will serve as senior vice president of operations. In this role, Aiken will oversee all default operations and will aim to drive expansion into new states.  

“Jeff has a strong history of successfully leading operations across a spectrum of businesses and we are excited to have him join NBS,” Cloud said. 

Both join the company with extensive backgrounds in the industry. Prior to his role with NBS, Slonaker served as senior vice president and head of enterprise solution sales at WFG National Title. He has also held leadership roles at Sales Benchmark Index, Chronos Solutions and Carrington Holdings. In total, he brings more than 26 years of experience in the financial services industry to NBS and their affiliated law firm, Bonial & Associates.

Also bringing more than 25 years of industry experience, Aiken previously served as managing director of default servicing for Home Point Financial Corporation. He has also held executive leadership positions at Bank of America, Fidelity National Financial and Wells Fargo & Co

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