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ClosingCorp Welcomes New Senior Director of Operations

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Kristin Henke

ClosingCorp, a provider of residential real estate closing cost data and technology for the mortgage and real estate services industries, announced that Kristin Henke has joined the company as Senior Director of Operations.

In this position, Henke will be responsible for coordinating the design, implementation, and maintenance of programs in support of rate, fee, and client-specific data collection as well as architecting the infrastructure for some of ClosingCorp’s most strategic title underwriter partnerships. She will report to Debbie Day, COO of ClosingCorp.

Henke joins ClosingCorp from Wells Fargo, where she held a series of high level positions including most recently, VP, Business Liaison Consultant for Wells Fargo Home Mortgage.  In this role, she assumed the role of a third-party risk relationship manager for title underwriter vendors ensuring appropriate governance, policy management, and program oversight to mitigate risk for the company. Previously, she was AVP, Business Process Consultant, where she led redesign initiatives for technology structure changes across the business.

“Kristin is a proven business leader and industry expert with deep experience and strong relationships in the title and technology space," Day said. “Her addition to the team reflects our total commitment to delighting our customers, and will enable us to enhance our technology and support infrastructure for title underwriters, top tier lenders and data aggregators.”

Headquartered in San Diego, California, ClosingCorp owns and operates the source of intelligence for closing costs and service providers in the U.S. residential real estate industry.

Through innovative solutions, progressive technologies and strong alliances, the company delivers timely, accurate and transparent results that help optimize closing processes and services for mortgage lenders, title and settlement companies, and real estate professionals.

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