Mortgage insurer Radian Group has announced a set of changes to its sales teams as part of what CEO Rick Thornberry calls the company’s renewed focus at an enterprise level.
With the reconfiguration, the company said it seeks to create a unified focus through a single point of contact on selling all its products and services, including mortgage insurance and other credit risk management, title and settlement services, real estate valuation, mortgage and real estate transaction diligence, and REO asset management.
As part of the shake-up, Radian named senior relationship managers for specific industry segments.
David Kittle will serve as senior relationship manager for mortgage bankers. He brings more than 40 years of mortgage banking and real estate experience to the role. Shelly Schwieso will be senior relationship manager for Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac and mortgage servicers. She joins the team with more than 30 years of financial services sales experience, including nine years on Wall Street.
Credit unions will be handled by Tony Bruschi, who joined the company in 1985. Since then, he has managed the secondary marketing team, inside sales support, Wall Street sales, and various segment strategies, including credit union sales. Gary Egkan will be senior relationship manager for banks. He has been with Radian for more than 17 years.
Andy Pollock, who has been with the Radian group of companies since October 2015, will be senior relationship manager for Wall Street, investment banking, private equity, and fund managers. He brings 25 years of operational and consulting experience in all phases of lending and servicing.
Radian CFO Brien McMahon will continue heading the enterprise sales team. The senior relationship managers will be steered by real estate services SVP Mike Dziuba in identifying opportunities in their industry segments. Mortgage insurance sales SVP Marshall Gayden will also work closely with the senior relationship managers.
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