People on the move: July 12
Mortgage technology services provider Get Credit Healthy said that David Kittle, past chairman of the Mortgage Bankers Association, has joined its advisory board.
Kittle is vice chairman and president of The Mortgage Collaborative, a consortium of independent mortgage bankers.
From 2004 through 2010, he served on the MBA's board of directors. He is the past chairman of the MBA's political action committee, MORPAC, and former vice chairman of its residential board of governors.
FinLocker, a financial data and analytics company, has named Brian Vieaux as its new president.
Vieaux was formerly at Flagstar Bank, where he was senior vice president of third-party originations and senior vice president of the home lending division.
During his career, he has held positions as loan officer, division manager and national sales manager for major mortgage operations such as CitiMortgage, IndyMac and Aurora Bank.
Better.com has hired William Buell as head of partnerships where he will be in charge of overseeing Ally Financial and helping develop new relationships with other financial institutions.
Buell comes to Better.com from FirstKey Business Lending, where he served as managing director and chief operations officer.
He brings to the company more than two decades of experience in residential loan acquisition, aggregation, sale and securitization.
LoanLogics has named Elizabeth Green chief collateral officer.
Green is a 25-year veteran in the mortgage software and valuation sectors and most recently was president of Centric Technologies, a technology firm in real estate appraisal procurement, policy enforcement and reporting.
Previously, she was director of strategic IT projects at Supreme Lending.
Waterstone Mortgage Corp. has opened a new office in El Paso, which will be led by loan originators Norma Perez and Juergen Angermaier.
Perez, an El Paso resident since 2001, has more than 20 years of experience in the mortgage lending industry.
Originally from Germany, Angermaier has lived in the greater El Paso area for 35 years and has worked in the finance industry for more than seven years.