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  • Radian shakes up sales team to push for more business

    Adds former MBA Chair David Kittle, former FHLB of Des Moines VP Shelly Schwieso
    Private mortgage insurer Radian Group is making some changes to its sales team as it seeks to increase its market share in the mortgage space. Radian, which also offers risk management products and mortgage and real estate services to financial institutions, announced this week that it "reconfigured its sales team to create a unified focus on selling all Radian products and services."
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  • Former Clayton Holdings execs band together to found new due diligence firm

    New Diligence Advisors backed by Ranieri and Oaktree’s Selene Holdings
    Last year, private mortgage insurer Radian Group announced that it was going restructure its services business, which is conducted through its principal subsidiary Clayton Holdings, due to “recent underperformance below expectations.” Now, three former Clayton executives are partnering up to launch a new due diligence firm that will directly compete with Clayton for business.
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  • Former Clayton President Jeff Tennyson lands at Lima One Capital

    Tennyson will serve as CEO of investor-focused lender
    Former Clayton President Jeff Tennyson has found a new home. Last year, Tennyson’s role was eliminated as part of Radian Group’s restructuring of its principal subsidiary Clayton. Now, just a few months after leaving Clayton, Tennyson is moving on to a senior leadership role at Lima One Capital.
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  • Radian continues restructuring; sells European mortgage services business

    Offloads Clayton EuroRisk to unnamed buyer
    Over the last several months, private mortgage insurer Radian Group has undertaken a restructuring effort in its services business, which is conducted through its principal subsidiary Clayton, and Clayton’s subsidiaries: Green River Capital, Red Bell Real Estate and ValuAmerica. On Wednesday, the company announced the latest move in its restructuring efforts.
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  • Radian restructures services business; Jeff Tennyson out as president of Clayton

    Cites “recent underperformance” of mortgage and real estate services segment
    Earlier this year, Radian Group said that it planned to restructure its services business, which is conducted through its subsidiary Clayton, and Clayton’s subsidiaries: Green River Capital, Red Bell Real Estate and ValuAmerica. At the time, the company did not provide any details, but Radian revealed Wednesday just how significant those structural changes are going to be, including the elimination of the position of president of its services business – meaning that Jeff Tennyson is out as president of Clayton.
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  • Radian: New mortgage insurance written surges 43% in second quarter

    Restructures services business
    Despite recording a net loss for the second quarter, private mortgage insurer Radian Group managed to report a strong quarter for new mortgage insurance written. According to the company’s financial results, new mortgage insurance written surged 43% from the first quarter of 2017 and 11% from the prior-year quarter.
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  • Radian kicks off 2017 with higher net income and new mortgage insurance written

    Thoughts from Radian’s new CEO
    Mortgage insurer Radian Group started the year off with success in several key parts of its business, including increasing its net income from last year. The other two key areas of growth were Radian’s book value and new mortgage insurance business written. Radian’s new CEO, Rick Thornberry, gives his thoughts on the earnings.
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  • From HW Magazine

    Reimagining mortgages from a consumer perspective

    Workflows need a makeover in the midst of fintech disruption
    The time has come for internal workflows to be reimagined or all we’ll end up with is a shiny new chassis with a traditional, manual, cobbled-together process under the hood. I’m talking about the elements that make or break a mortgage transaction, such as valuations, investor requirements and reviews, compliance, surprises at the closing table, paper-based payment systems, onboarding, and the list goes on and on. 
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