Inlanta taps execs for senior positions

by MPA15 Apr 2014
Two Inlanta Mortgage executives have been tapped for greater responsibility in the company. Jean Badciong has been promoted to chief compliance officer, while Paul Buege has been named chief operating officer, the company has announced.

Inlanta President Nicholas DelTorto said Badciong’s strong compliance background would be a boon to the company.

“To be successful, mortgage companies must continuously allocate additional resources to maintain quality control and ensure solid compliance policies and procedures,” he said. “Inlanta has always had a long standing commitment to quality and Badciong, with a strong compliance background and thorough understanding to the entire mortgage process, is the ideal person to serve as Inlanta’s Chief Compliance Officer.”

Buege, a 30-year industry veteran, joined Inlanta in 2013 as senior vice president of business development.

“As Badciong focuses on compliance, Buege will share his tremendous energy, enthusiasm and wealth of knowledge as he leads our operations team during this exciting period of expansion for Inlanta,” said Inlanta CEO John Knowlton.

“Inlanta is experiencing rapid growth as new branches join our family and various third party origination business agreements are solidified,” DelTorto said. “Smooth operations are expected under Buege’s and Badciong’s strong leadership in their respective areas. Inlanta is very fortunate to have the talent that we do.”


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