People on the move: Feb. 7

District of Columbia

Washington

Falcon Capital Advisors has named Camelia Martin managing director of the digital mortgage advisory group, Ken Yoo managing director of the risk and compliance advisory group, Steven Trombetta managing director of capital markets and Tim Renner legal counsel and senior consultant.

Martin has more than 14 years of experience in mortgage finance technology services. Prior to joining Falcon Capital Advisors, she held various senior-level positions in the legal, risk and operations departments at MERSCORP Holdings.

Yoo has 20 years of experience in risk management and regulatory compliance. He previously served as the chief risk officer at the Federal Home Loan Bank of Atlanta.

Trombetta is a 25-year veteran of the financial services industry. Prior to joining Falcon Capital Advisors, he served for eight years as a managing director at BNY Mellon.

Renner brings 10 years of mortgage industry and legal experience to the company and previously served as counsel to MERSCORP Holdings.

Iowa

Des Moines

LenderClose has hired Colleen Kinsey as the company's UX strategist and engagement lead.

Kinsey joins the company with prior experience as a senior analyst and integration architect, as well as founder and CEO of international digital marketing agency, Kinseyco.

New York

New York

dv01, an end-to-end loan level data management, reporting and analytics platform for capital markets, has named Craig Phillips as a senior adviser.

Phillips led domestic finance while at Treasury and drove housing reform policy, serving as counselor to Secretary Steven Mnuchin.

He previously spent close to a decade as managing director at BlackRock, where he founded and led the financial markets advisory group.

Oregon

Portland

Umpqua Bank, a subsidiary of Umpqua Holdings Corp., has promoted Kevin Skinner to executive vice president, head of home lending.

Skinner's promotion follows the recent retirement of Ron Stroble, who previously led Umpqua's home lending division for more than 15 years.

Skinner brings more than two decades of industry experience to his new role, including the last six years in various leadership roles at Umpqua.

Prior to joining Umpqua, he also served as first vice president of capital markets for HomeStreet Bank.

Pennsylvania

Pittsburgh

Mortgage Connect has named Stephen Cazzaniga senior vice president of procurement and vendor management.

In his role, he will leverage his 30 years of servicing, default and client relationship experience, most recently as a vice president of vendor management at Williston Financial Group.

Cazzaniga has also held leadership roles with Stewart Title, Bank of America and Citibank.

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