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Birmingham-Kent Waltman has joined Collateral Mortgage Capital's senior management team as director of agency lending.

Before joining Collateral, Mr. Waltman served in Fannie Mae's structured transactions area in developing customized financing packages for multifamily owners throughout the country.

Prior to Fannie Mae, he was with Greystone Servicing Corp., working with the firm's correspondents on the origination of multifamily loans.


Irvine-Mavent Inc. has named Kenneth C. Taylor senior vice president, chief technology officer.

Mr. Taylor brings to Mavent more than 20 years experience in information technology, specializing in the mortgage and finance industries.

Prior to joining Mavent, he served as senior vice president and chief information officer of Orange, Calif.-based Argent Mortgage Co.

Before Argent, he was CIO for El Dorado Hills, Calif.-based DST Output Inc. and also held similar positions at USCS International, NEC and Nestle USA.

Pasadena-IndyMac Bank has made a series of promotions.

Alex Cole was named vice president, business development for IndyMac's home construction lending division. He has been with IndyMac for four years and previously served as assistant vice president.

Carla Wise has been named senior vice president, default risk management. She joined IndyMac in March and previously served as first vice president at Irwin Mortgage Corp.

David Brown has been promoted to vice president, business development for the home construction lending division. He has been with IndyMac for more than two years and previously was an assistant vice president.

Maureen Connaughton has been named vice president in the home construction lending division. She has been with IndyMac for over three years and previously served as senior product manager.

Jamey King has been promoted to vice president, real estate professional channel in the home construction lending division. Mr. King was previously an assistant vice president and has been with IndyMac for two years.

Santa Ana-The First American Corp. said that Michael A. Goyne has joined the company's client relations division as senior vice president of specialized sales.

Mr. Goyne, who has more than 18 years of experience in business-to-business sales management, joined First American in 1997 with the acquisition of Evans Title Co., where he held the position of sales manager.

He most recently served as senior vice president with First American's centralized services division.

Woodland Hills-Asset Foreclosure Services has appointed Kellee Gibson as default manager.

In this role, Ms. Gibson will focus on expanding the company's presence in the areas of bankruptcy, reconveyances and assignments.

Ms. Gibson has close to a decade of experience in the mortgage industry.

Prior to joining AFS, she ran a mortgage business with her husband. Previously, she served as the outsourcing supervisor for LandAmerica Default Services in Santa Ana, Calif.


Washington-NCB FSB, a subsidiary of National Cooperative Bank, has promoted Michael G. Nassy to vice president of national real estate underwriting.

In his new position, Mr. Nassy is responsible for the underwriting of commercial real estate transactions and analysis of potential new business for the real estate portfolio and secondary market.

After joining NCB in 2003 as a senior credit analyst, he was later promoted to assistant vice president.

Prior to his NCB, he was a commercial lender for three years with Wachovia Bank in Richmond, Va.


Jacksonville-MortgageFlex Systems Inc. said that C.C. Miller has joined the company as Western regional sales manager.

Ms. Miller's career encompasses over two decades in the banking and lending industries.

She entered the lending industry as manager of the loan services department of Commercial Center Bank, San Francisco, and continued her career on the West Coast as vice president of loan services and sales at several lending institutions including Columbus/Marin Savings, Financial Center Mortgage, Continental Savings of America and Standard Pacific Savings.


Ewing-Cenlar FSB has made three executive management promotions.

Gregory S. Tornquist has been appointed president and chief operating officer. He joined Cenlar in 1987 and has played a lead role in the company's servicing and subservicing business for nearly 20 years.

In 1998, he was appointed chief financial officer and a member of the executive committee, advancing to the position of executive vice president in 2004.

Stephen W. Gozdan has been appointed chief financial officer.

Joining Cenlar in 1997 as a senior vice president and chief operating officer, he has been responsible for Cenlar's servicing operations, facilities, corporate services, human resources, and technology departments for nearly 10 years.

Jeanne M. Bader has been appointed director of loan administration and as a member of Cenlar's executive committee. She joined Cenlar with 30 years of servicing experience in May 2005 with responsibility for Cenlar's loan servicing operation.

Before joining Cenlar, she was vice president, sales manager of the home loan center at Washington Mutual Bank.


Dallas-MRG Document Technologies has promoted Darci Johnson to the position of director of marketing and sales support.

Ms. Johnson previously served as MRG's New England area marketing representative where she established and maintained business relationships with customers in the region and represented MRG at trade shows and user conferences.

Before her move to New England, she worked for more than four years in MRG's Dallas office in the marketing and human resources departments.

Dallas-MRG Document Technologies has hired Sarah Graham as Eastern regional account manager.

Ms. Graham's primary responsibilities include representing MRG in the New England market and working closely with the account executives of MRG's preferred lending partners in the Eastern United States.

She has more than 20 years of experience in the mortgage banking and financial industries, including positions with GMAC Bank Mortgage Wholesale and AIG-United Guaranty Mortgage Insurance, where her duties included generating new business; improving, developing and implementing training materials, and creating marketing and sales collateral.


McLean-David McDonald has joined Freddie Mac as senior vice president of Finance Program Management Office. He joins Freddie Mac from IBM with more than 35 years of financial industry experience.

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