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Stewart Lender Services Appoints Two Executives

Stewart Lender Services announced the appointment of Dan Gallery as group executive over its Capital Markets Group. Gallery will lead the Capital Markets team in their expansion of due diligence services for investment banks, hedge funds, institutional and private investors, as well as mortgage insurance companies.

"We are pleased to have Dan lead our capital markets initiatives; his background and understanding of the industry, business processes and systems will help Stewart continue to invest and grow this important business line," said Jason Nadeau, group president of Stewart.

"I am excited to take on this challenge," Gallery said. "Stewart is well positioned given its systems, processes, and management team to succeed and grow with our clients."

Additionally, the company announced David Cooper as the managing director of sales for the Capital Markets Group.

Cooper joins Stewart Lender Services after more than a decade in the mortgage industry. Prior to Stewart, Cooper served various sales roles at Integrated Asset Services, The Winter Group, and Clayton Holdings, Inc.  

"Dan's leadership coupled with David's extensive sales experience, leadership and capital markets client support will strengthen our services," Nadeau added. "These two appointments, along with our other recent strategic acquisitions show our commitment to the Capital Markets arena, and will help Stewart to further build out the Mortgage Services division," Nadeau said.

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