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2014 Women of Influence: Debora Aydelotte


DEBORA AYDELOTTE is president of Altisource Origination Services, part of Altisource Portfolio Solutions, SA. She is a leading advocate of process integration as a means to achieve both efficiency and compliance and is responsible for integrating the operational and strategic development of the origination services platforms at Altisource, including advisory services, forensic reviews, counterparty risk and correspondent investor platform development.

Aydelotte is Six Sigma certified and has more than 20 years of experience in risk management, originations platform management and business line development. Prior to joining Altisource, she led teams at Wells Fargo, HomeSide Lending, Mellon Bank and Fleet Mortgage. Aydelotte also co-founded a correspondent lending business and risk management consulting firm.

She is often sought after for her perspective on outsourcing by the U.S. media and has bylined articles on industry topics such as margin compression and layered risk. Aydelotte frequently leads or participates in industry panel discussions at the national and regional levels.

Aydelotte participated in this year’s United Kingdom’s Council of Mortgage Lenders session in London. She also moderated a session at the 2014 MBA Risk Management and QA Forum in Phoenix, and facilitated an educational session during the Summer Lenders One Mortgage Cooperative conference.

Aydelotte has built a national and international network of mortgage industry colleagues, strengthening her insight and interest in macro- economic theory and its effects on the housing market. She has a bachelor of business management and communications degree from Alverno College and is currently pursuing a master in finance- economic policy degree from the University of London.