Wyndham Capital Mortgage promoted two of its executives into new positions.
The lender announced this week that Ben Cowen has been promoted to president and Josh Hankins has been promoted to chief operating officer.
The company said in a release that these moves were made to help support growth in 2020.
“I truly believe we now have the right people in the right place on our executive team,” Jeff Douglas, CEO at Wyndham Capital Mortgage said.
“Over the last three years, Ben Cowen has been a key addition to our enterprise. His passion for innovation and excellence has evolved our company and has been a critical component of our success,” Douglas added. “Ben brings us years of priceless experience, needed to position ourselves for growth.”
Cowen’s role will be focusing on West Coast expansion, as well as bringing in an AI aspect to the company.
Hankins will oversee sales and operations for the company, with a critical role in reorganizing the company’s operation model, the company said.
Cowen started out at the company in 2017 as the chief operating officer.
Hankins has been with the company since 2003, with roles as mortgage loan officer, divisional sales manager, senior vice president of operations, senior vice president of sales and operations, and now chief operating officer.
In 2019, Wyndham Capital opened two new loan origination centers in Kansas City and Salt Lake City, as well as originated over $2.2 billion of loan volume.