People on the move: May 10
Mortgage Capital Trading Inc. has named Leslie Winick chief strategy officer.
Winick originally partnered with MCT as managing partner and co-founder of SimpatiCo Consulting.
She began her career at JPMorgan & Co., first as an internal consultant and later as a fixed-income research analyst covering investment grade sovereign entities and the government-sponsored enterprises.
District of Columbia
The American Land Title Association has named Diane Tomb as its new chief executive officer, effective July 1.
Tomb, who has over 20 years of experience in the housing field, previously served as the executive director of the National Rental Home Council.
She also served as president and CEO of the National Association of Women Business Owners.
West Palm Beach
OpenClose has hired Tom Buenz as vice president, enterprise sales.
He comes to OpenClose from Ellie Mae where he was an account executive selling to a wide range of lending entities.
Before that, Buenz was a senior sales executive at Finastra (formerly D+H Mortgagebot).
Franklin Street said that Bob Boyd has joined the company's capital advisors division as a director in the Atlanta office.
Previously, Boyd served as managing director for Bullock Mannelly Partners in Atlanta, where he was responsible for placing equity financing for commercial real estate developers and investors.
As a partner and associate broker for JWB Realty Services, he secured capital and properties for investment and development of retail, residential and industrial properties.
Trey Worley, senior vice president and group manager of the warehouse lending division at Comerica Bank, was elected as the Texas Mortgage Bankers Association president.
Worley, who has served as a TMBA board member or committee chair since 2011, most recently held the vice president position.
At Comerica, he oversees the warehouse lending sales team covering the Western U.S. and Gulf states.