Dallas-based SLK Global Solutions  (SLK), a business process transformation enterprise has announced the appointment of a new leader for its U.S. mortgage business. Nate Johnson, who has been in financial services for 20 years, has joined SLK as SVP - mortgage business leader. He will oversee SLK's next wave of new technology and service products for the mortgage industry.
Reporting to Alok Datta, President of SLK Global America, Johnson will also be responsible for new product design and new client onboarding. In addition, Johnson will work with alliance partners and industry thought leaders.
"It was imperative that we find a seasoned principal with a track record of closing large transformational deals and having well-established relationships with leaders throughout the mortgage industry," Datta stated. "With his varied background in financial services, Nate was the perfect choice to oversee the growth of our portfolio of solutions to meet the needs of today's market."
Johnson comes to SLK from WNS Global Services, a leading professional services firm, where he was senior vice president responsible for client acquisition for the banking and financial services vertical. Before that Johnson spent over a decade working for large mortgage lenders in retail, wholesale and capital markets.
"SLK's mortgage services provide some game-changing, innovative solutions for both originators and servicers," Johnson said. "We can help stakeholders adapt to the ever-changing climate by bringing in process agility, optimized frameworks and cutting edge technology. I look forward to building on the company's portfolio of products."
Founded in 2001, SLK Global Solutions is a business process transformation enterprise offering technology products and solutions for the banking, mortgage lending & insurance industry. It offers origination and servicing support for residential and commercial mortgage lending through a suite of solutions and contact center services including LoanAccel and Mortgage QC for origination and RETS for tax servicing. Its 100+ customers include four of the top 25 U.S. Banks.