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Mortgage Connect Names Industry Veteran Stephen Cazzaniga
Senior Vice President of Procurement
Pittsburgh, PA – January 30, 2020 – Mortgage Connect LP, a nationwide mortgage services provider for the nation’s largest financial institutions, investors and servicers, announced today the appointment of industry veteran Stephen Cazzaniga as Senior Vice President of Procurement and Vendor Management.
The Company, listed as one of America’s entrepreneurial growth leaders by INC. 5000’s list of the nation’s fastest-growing private companies, tapped Cazzaniga to lead the company’s title exam, online search, tax, and vendor management functions across its Origination, Default, and Capital Markets Divisions. In his role, Cazzaniga will leverage his 30 years of servicing, default and client relationship experience, working for top mortgage lenders and nationwide mortgage service providers, most recently as a Vice President of Vendor Management at Williston Financial Group. Cazzaniga joins Mortgage Connect with an impressive background in the industry, holding leadership roles with Stewart Title, Bank of America and Citibank.
“We hand-selected Steve for this role because of his vast leadership skills, his breadth of experience, and his devotion to the client relationship. Based on my past interactions with Steve, his culture, knowledge and experience align well with Mortgage Connect’s strategic initiatives, and make him a perfect fit for this new role,” said Jeff Coury, CEO. “Through increased automation of data procurement initiatives, we are uniquely positioned to drive efficiencies and performance for clients and their consumers.”
About Mortgage Connect LP
Mortgage Connect is a Pittsburgh, PA headquartered national, independent mortgage services provider, serving the Origination, Default, Valuation, Document Services and Capital Markets sectors. With additional offices in New York, Texas, California, Colorado, Nevada and Alabama, the company offers customizable solutions to the nation’s lenders and servicers, including 3 of the top 5 and 15 of the top 20. Through its serve-first culture, Mortgage Connect and its subsidiaries are committed to an unwavering level of communication, education and customer service on each transaction and strive to leave an overwhelmingly positive and lasting impression with the consumer, loan officer and the client. For more information, visit www.mortgageconnectlp.com.