New vice presidents becoming a member of default administration operations on the Ewing, New Jersey-based firm are Adam Saab, who takes over as head of early-stage default; Adam Wooden, the brand new head of late-stage default; Jason Schmidt, appointed as head of claims; and Jessica Sharp, incoming head of foreclosures.
Saab spent 14 years with CitiMortgage, the place he most not too long ago served as senior vp of default operations, and beforehand labored at PNC Financial institution and LoanCare. In his new function, Saab will oversee all early phases of the default course of, together with loss mitigation. A former vp of default operations at Mr. Cooper, Wooden will handle bankruptcies, real-estate owned property preservation, claims, loss evaluation and foreclosures. Wooden additionally beforehand held roles at Fannie Mae.
Schmidt will assist handle claims, tapping into expertise in chapter and authorities and mortgage-insurance claims after stints at Mr. Cooper and Ocwen. Sharp brings experience in foreclosures from previous positions at Nationstar Mortgage (now referred to as Mr. Cooper), and extra not too long ago, PennyMac, the place she was vp of default.
Ang Shen additionally joined Cenlar as vp of mannequin threat administration and can oversee a group guaranteeing adherence to regulatory and compliance pointers company-wide. Shen beforehand held the function of advisory director at KPMG’s modeling and valuation group, serving to to create and ship validations for the agency’s financial-industry purchasers. Earlier in his profession, he additionally labored on mortgage valuation for the Federal Dwelling Mortgage Financial institution of Atlanta.