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MCS Selects Former NFL Player for VP Role

MCS Selects Former NFL Player for VP Role

""Mortgage Contracting Services LLC"": (MCS) appointed an industry veteran and former NFL player as VP of business development.


Bobby Leopold was named for the position and will focus on creating new business and playing an active role in the company's overall growth and development.


""I see my responsibilities inclusive of both spearheading business development initiatives and building strategic partnerships. My goal is to sustain MCS as a driving force in this industry,"" Leopold said.

Leopold holds about 20 years of experience in marketing, sales, and business development in the financial and communications industries.

Before joining MCS, he most recently served as VP of client relations at ProVest. He also worked as a senior manager for new business development at Ocwen Financial Corp., where he increased residential loan servicing accounts by 150 percent in one year.

""Bobby has a keen industry foresight that will serve MCS well in our efforts to expand this business and find even more ways to support our servicer clients in their reinvestment back into communities everywhere,"" said Caroline Reaves, CEO of MCS.

Leopold also played for the San Francisco 49ers and Green Bay Packers. While with the 49ers, he was selected to the NFL All-Rookie Team and eventually, his team won a Super Bowl in 1982.

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