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IndiSoft Appoints New CEO

Hans Rusli headshot #2IndiSoft, a Columbia, Maryland-based technology development firm that specializes in systems for the financial services industry, just announced that it has selected Hans Rusli as the company’s new CEO. Rusli brings over 25 years of diversified experience as a senior mortgage banking executive in servicing technology and mortgage enterprise risk management.

In his new role, Rusli is responsible for the strategic direction of the company. While Sanjeev Dahiwadkar, Founder and CEO, now becomes IndiSoft’s Managing Member and Chairman of the Board.

“IndiSoft is poised for aggressive growth and through our system, we will change the way the mortgage industry approaches compliance and business processes,” Dahiwadkar said. “Hans’ extensive industry network and business knowledge will help IndiSoft reach the next level and help us fulfill our vision and execute our strategy.”

According to the release, Rusli said that he is honored that Dahiwadkar has entrusted the growth and direction of IndiSoft to him. “We share the same vision for excellence and passion for providing positive change through the use of technology,” Rusli said.

Rusli most recently served as Chief Credit Officer at Caliber Home Loans in Irving, Texas. Prior to that, Rusli spent 10 years at Bank of America as SVP in Risk Management where he oversaw credit quality control of all the bank’s originations as well as regulatory and audit compliance.

Earlier in his career, Rusli was SVP of Servicing Operations at Transworld Mortgage, SVP of investor services at First Nationwide Mortgage and a Founder and CEO of MSTD Inc., which introduced the industry’s first default servicing web-based platform, BackInTheBlack.

Rusli’s proven success in default, risk management, mortgage servicing, banking, and credit analysis will bring immense value to the company, the release noted.

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