TMS beefs up servicing leadership with 4 hires

by Francis Monfort11 Jun 2018

Financial services and mortgage company TMS has announced that it has added four new hires to its servicing leadership to support its expanding $26 billion portfolio.

The company has appointed Michael Chiarella as executive vice president of risk, Nathan Sands as executive vice president of core servicing, Jason Kwasny as senior vice president of default servicing, and Anthony Forsberg as senior vice president of default.

As executive vice president of risk, Chiarella will oversee compliance for the servicing channel and mitigate risk by placing acceptable controls. With financial services industry experience of more than 15 years, he joins the company from USAA, where he was executive director of regulatory implementation and execution.

With responsibility for TMS’ core servicing, Sands brings more than 18 years of experience in servicing operations management. He was most recently senior vice president of loan administration at Bayview Loan Servicing.

Kwasny will be in charge of loss mitigation, SPOC (single point of contact), and collections. He was previously vice president of customer resolution at Specialized Loan Servicing. Kwasny has more than 16 years of experience in the mortgage space, holding senior leadership roles at Green Tree/Ditech and JPMorgan Chase.

In his new role, Forsberg will be responsible for foreclosure, bankruptcy, REO, property preservation, and valuation operations. He will also work with the technology team to build out the default side of TMS’ Servicing Intelligence Made Easy platform. Forsberg joins from Specialized Loan Servicing, where he was vice president of default administration.

“I am excited about the new additions to our senior leadership team as we continue to change the landscape of mortgage servicing,” TMS President Ali Vafai said. “We are investing heavily in a total homeownership experience for our customers that goes beyond the closing table and their monthly payment. We are positioning ourselves to be a homeownership partner to our homeowners.”

 

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