Birmingham-Collateral Mortgage Capital LLC has announced the appointment of Robert C. Nagel as vice president.
Mr. Nagel will be operating out of Collateral's Orlando office. Mr. Nagel brings to Collateral an in-depth working knowledge of commercial real estate with an emphasis on loan origination.
He was previously employed with Washington Mutual in Orlando, where he was the regional director for the state of Florida.
Irvive-Suzanne A. Singer has been named national sales executive at the servicing unit of Option One Mortgage Corp., a subsidiary of H&R Block Inc. In this newly created position, she will be responsible for establishing and maintaining strategic relationships focused on fee-for-service opportunities.
Indianapolis-Perry G. Hines has been hired by Irwin Mortgage Corp. as senior vice president and chief marketing officer to help Irwin develop new consumer-directed marketing approaches to mortgage lending.
Irwin Mortgage said Mr. Hines, 40, joins the company from Zurich-based Swiss Re, where he was senior VP for sales and marketing in the life/health reinsurance unit. He was previously VP of marketing for the reinsurance division of Lincoln National Corp.
Topeka-The Federal Home Loan Bank of Topeka has appointed Andrew J. Jetter to be the new president and chief executive.
Mr. Jetter, 46, was named acting president in June when Frank Lowman decided to retire after 13 years at the helm. The new president started working at the Topeka bank in 1987, when he was hired as a staff attorney.
Baltimore-The National Center for Healthy Housing has appointed Rebecca Morley as its new executive director. Ms. Morley succeeds the organization's founder, Nick Farr, who is retiring. NCHH has been at the forefront of finding practical, science-based solutions to health hazards in housing since its inception in 1992. Founded as the National Center for Lead-Safe Housing, it played a leading role in developing tools and strategies for evaluating, controlling, and preventing hazards posed by lead-based paint in tens of millions U.S. homes and apartments.
Minneapolis-National City's nationwide Home Equity unit, announced the appointment of Bradley J. Carlson as wholesale account executive.
Mr. Carlson will oversee wholesale origination of home equity loans, sales and lines of credit from mortgage brokers in the Minneapolis area for National City Home Equity.
Mr. Carlson brings mortgage origination experience from North American Mortgage Co. and Norwest/Wells Fargo in Minneapolis to National City Home Equity.
Florham Park-Jeffrey S. Goldstein has been named senior vice president and corporate controller at Kushner Companies, a diversified real estate firm based in Florham Park and Manhattan.
Mr. Goldstein rejoined Kushner in late 2001, having served as its controller from 1994 to 1998. As a senior member of Kushner's 32-person accounting department, he is responsible for all accounting and reporting activities involving the firm's residential portfolio.
He also oversees reporting for the company's commercial portfolio and construction activity.
Philadelphia-Radian Guaranty Inc. announced that Bill Borkovitz has joined the mortgage insurance company as senior vice president, operations.
In this new position, Mr. Borkovitz will develop and implement strategies to enhance Radian's back-office processes, including premium processing, customer service, automated underwriting and contract outsourcing.
Mr. Borkovitz joins Radian from Fidelity Investments Inc., where he most recently served as vice president, strategic measures, service improvement and recovery, and played a key role in the company's improved customer care and service level efforts.
Salt Lake City-Kimberly J. Howieson has joined Fairbanks Capital Corp., a provider of servicing and special servicing of single- family residential mortgage loans, as director of servicing administration.
Ms. Howieson is responsible for the supervision of Fairbanks Capital's loan administration, loan resolution, accounts payable, document control and escrow departments.
Prior to joining Fairbanks Capital, she served as loan administration manager for Old Kent Financial Services in San Diego. Previously, she was loan administration manager for IndyMac and prior to that, served as group manager for BankAmerica Housing.
Richmond-LandAmerica Financial Group Inc. has appointed Scott McCall senior vice president - agency services.
Mr. McCall will be responsible for working with the company's regional agency teams to develop plans and initiatives for growing agency business.
In addition, he will focus on affiliated business opportunities.
Most recently, Mr. McCall had been senior vice president - title operations for LandAmerica OneStop where he was responsible for building a successful title and closing operation.
He joined the company in 1987 as state claims counsel for Lawyers Title Insurance Corp.
He was named Boston national division manger in 1991 and Florida West Coast area manger in 1993.
In 1997, he was promoted to vice president - Midwest agency manager in Chicago.
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