Mr. Cooper promotes two leaders to senior executive roles

Servicer shuffles its executive line-up

Mr. Cooper promotes two leaders to senior executive roles

Mr. Cooper Group has announced two promotions – the appointment of Jaime Gow (pictured top) as chief financial officer and Ethan Elzen (pictured below) as executive vice president of business development and operational finance.

Gow will succeed Chris Marshall, who will now focus on his responsibilities as vice chairman and president. The new CFO joined Mr. Cooper in 2019 as senior vice president of accounting, financial planning, and analysis. He most recently served as deputy chief financial officer. Before Mr. Cooper, Gow was senior vice president and banking finance executive for First Horizon Bank.

Meanwhile, Elzen previously led the originations finance team and served as the chief financial officer of the company’s valuation business, Xome. Elzen brings more than two decades of experience in the financial industry, including time spent at Colorado Federal Savings Bank, Provident Funding Associates, UBS Investment, and Ally Financial.

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“I’ve worked with both Jaime and Ethan for more than a decade and have watched them consistently deliver exceptional results. I’m thrilled to see them take this next step in their careers and assume broader roles that are critical to Mr. Cooper’s future success,” Marshall said.

“We are excited to promote Jaime and Ethan to our executive leadership team. The financial knowledge and expertise they both bring to our team will play an important role as we continue to grow our business and become a $1 trillion servicer,” said Jay Bray, chairman and CEO of Mr. Cooper Group.