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Green River Capital Hires New Chief Operating Officer

handshake-twoProvider of REO asset management and loss mitigation services for mortgage servicers, investment firms, and banking institutions, Green River Capital (GRC) recently named Katie Brewer as COO. Brewer will be entrusted to handle GRC’s daily operations.

GRC is a Utah-based real estate company that is solely owned by Clayton Holdings LLC, a subsidiary of Radian Group. GRC offers investors’ single family rental strategies with pre- and post- acquisition services and surveillance programs. They also use proprietary technology and a nationwide network of professionals to deliver consumers accessible, personalized solutions.

Brewer graduated from Oklahoma State University with a Bachelor of Science in International Business and a Bachelor of Arts in Spanish, and also has more than a decade of default servicing experience. In her most recent position as VP of Collateral Based Solutions at Ocwen Loan Servicing, she was responsible for a team of more than 350 associates across multiple sites in both the U.S. and India. Her career began as a loss mitigation specialist at GMAC ResCap where she eventually became the VP of Liquidations.

“Katie’s experience in loss mitigation, regulatory compliance, REO management, and corporate strategizing will help us continue to expand and improve our offerings,” Reilly said. “I am excited to have her join our team as we evolve our company and drive toward future opportunities.”


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