Former EverBank Chairman and CEO Rob Clements now has those same positions at LenderLive Holdings, a Denver-based provider of outsourced mortgage services.
LenderLive's former CEO Rick Seehausen remains at the company as vice chairman and founder.
Joining Clements at LenderLive as the new president and chief operating officer is another former EverBank executive, John Surface.
Clements had been EverBank's chairman and CEO from 1997 until its sale to TIAA was completed in June. Surface was the Jacksonville, Fla.-based bank's senior executive vice president, responsible for corporate strategy, capital raising, mergers and acquisitions and new growth initiatives.
Aquiline Capital Partners acquired a majority ownership stake in LenderLive in December 2014.
"Given our ambitions to grow the company meaningfully, both organically and through acquisitions, it is clear that now is the right time to bring in new leadership expertise to guide the company to the next level," Seehausen said in a press release.
LenderLive acquired PHH Corp.'s private-label mortgage origination unit in April, which is located in Jacksonville.
In June 2016, LenderLive reorganized into two divisions: LenderLive Networks, the parent for the origination and servicing businesses; and LenderLive Services, where the title, settlement services and document services units are housed.
At that time Rod Walz, the former owner of Walz Group, a certified mailing services company LenderLive acquired in 2015, was named vice chairman of the parent company.
Dave Vida remains as president of LenderLive Network, while Pete Pannes still is president of LenderLive Solutions.
Previous LenderLive acquisitions included MoKan Title Services in 2012 and Guardian Mortgage Documents in 2008.