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LoanCare Appoints New CIO

Jeff Bell

Jeff Bell

As of March 27, Jeff Bell has assumed the role of Chief Information Officer at LoanCare.

“We are excited to welcome Jeff with his leadership, industry experience and strong business sense,” said Dave Worrall, President of LoanCare. “We look forward to leveraging his talent and seeing the contributions he makes to LoanCare’s goals and long-term growth. Jeff will strengthen an already strong commitment to innovative systems and technology.”

Bell will be responsible for planning, organizing, optimizing and managing staff and overall operations of LoanCare’s IT department. He will provide strategic leadership to ensure operational services to the business are being supported in a timely and cost effective manner, as well as developing objectives and short and long term goals for the department.

Most recently, Bell was a partner with Crystal Shores Consulting where he worked with mortgage institutions as a management consultant with expertise in mortgage technology. During his time there, Bell won awards for JD Power Customer Service Recognition and number one IDS FinTech 100 at TCS.

Prior to Crystal Shores, Bell was the CIO for PHH Corporation, where he served on the executive management team that took PHH from the top 20 list to number four in market share in less than three years through increased client penetration and new client integration. He was also responsible for enterprise IT audits, governance and reporting to multiple agencies perpetually.

Bell attended Wright State University to earn his MBA and Anderson University to earn his bachelor’s degree in computer science.

About Author: Seth Welborn

Seth Welborn is a contributing writer for DS News. He is a Harding University graduate with a degree in English and a minor in writing, and has studied abroad in Athens, Greece. An East Texas native, he also works part-time as a photographer.

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