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CALIFORNIA

COVINA

LERETA has selected Rick Holcomb as senior vice president of its tax outsourcing operations.

Holcomb comes to LERETA with more than 25 years of experience focusing on all facets of servicing, insurance and tax. Most recently, he was vice president of operations at CoreLogic.

He began his tax service career at First American Real Estate Tax Service and also worked for Midland Mortgage, a division of MidFirst Bank in Oklahoma.

FLORIDA

MIAMI

Greystone is expanding its lending presence in South Florida with the hiring of Federico Calaf. He is responsible for boosting loan origination in the region, particularly for multifamily small balance lending.

Over the course of nearly two decades, he has worked in commercial real estate finance in South Florida and in San Juan, P.R.

Prior to joining Greystone, Calaf was a principal at Miramar Asset Management, where he led deal sourcing, acquisitions, dispositions, asset management and financing for the commercial real estate firm.

He also held positions in the commercial real estate and construction loans divisions of Banco Santander and Doral Financial Corp.

MARYLAND

COLUMBIA

IndiSoft has tapped Mark Sweeney for the chief technology officer position.

Sweeney, who will be responsible for all technical and product strategy, development and support, has more than 30 years of experience in the technology industry.

He was previously senior vice president of service delivery at Bank of America and executive vice president of applications development at Countrywide Home Loans.

OKLAHOMA

EDMOND

ADFITECH Inc. said that the board of directors has named Thomas Apel as chief executive officer, who will assume day-to-day leadership of the company immediately.

Apel founded ADFITECH in 1983 and was actively involved in the company until 2010.

He currently serves as chairman of the board of Stewart Information Services Corp. and on various other private boards.

Apel sold ADFITECH to Centex Corp in 1996 and shortly after became president of Commerce Title, a real estate title company that at the time was owned by Centex.

NEW YORK

MELVILLE

TMS, a national financial services and mortgage company, has promoted Barbara Yolles to chief strategy officer and Pete Sokolovic to president of originations.

Yolles, who joined the company in August of last year, has 25 years of industry experience. As chief strategy officer, she will be leading all of the growth initiatives, innovations and technology for TMS.

In his new role as president of originations, Sokolovic, who also has 25 years of industry experience, will oversee both the retail and wholesale business channels.

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