Sue Anthony to Join ICON Residential Lenders as Senior Vice President of Service Management

by 15 Oct 2012

IRVINE, CA – October 15, 2012 –ICON Residential Lenders (“ICON”), a leading national wholesale mortgage originator and servicer, announced today that Sue Anthony will join the company as Senior Vice President of Service Management.


In this position, Mrs. Anthony will oversee the Information Technology Division which encompasses service management, network administration and application development.


“It is evident that ICON is growing and with the addition of Sue, who has strong technical, development and process efficiency expertise, we will continue to succeed in our industry as one of the nation’s top lenders,” said Graham Fleming, President of ICON.


Mrs. Anthony joins ICON after a successful career with Global Logic Advisors.  She formerly worked at First Franklin Financial Corporation, a Merrill Lynch company, for many years in various positions, including Director. Mrs. Anthony has an exceptional track record for delivering profitable solutions that exceed expectations, with measurable results, in information technology, business operations and management.


“I am excited about the opportunities that are available to us at ICON Residential.  We will continue to build and improve on the current applications that will service our customers.  We will be known in the industry as the company that knows our customer’s needs and exceeds their expectations,” said Mrs. Anthony.


“Sue is an excellent analytical and solution-oriented critical thinker with the ability to clearly translate missions, objectives, goals, and processes from business sector to other departments,” said Andrew Pollock, CEO of ICON. “We’re pleased to welcome her to our executive team.”


It was recently announced that Rushmore Loan Management Services has signed an agreement to acquire ICON from Grand Bank N.A. The transaction is expected to close in the fourth quarter of 2012 or the first quarter of 2013. 


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