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New VP of Enterprise Sales and Business Development Joins Altisource

Jim Leath

Jim Leath

Altisource Portfolio Solutions S.A. recently announced in a press release that Jim Leath has joined the company as the VP of enterprise sales and business development for all of the company’s services.

Altisource provides mortgage, financial, and technology services for the real estate industry. They also provide marketplace and transaction solutions for the real estate, mortgage, and consumer debt industries offering both distribution and content.

Leath will be part of a growing Sales and Business Development team, responsible for sourcing and managing enterprise clients, in his new role, the company says. Prior to his new position, he held sales and business development leadership roles with Lender Processing Services (LPS), Auction.com, and Hudson & Marshall.

“With his extensive originations, servicing and real estate knowledge and expertise, he will be a key asset for us in constructing a best in class sales and customer management operation to serve the marketplace and our clients,” said John Vella, chief revenue officer for Altisource. “Jim is an important addition to our team and will provide his unique talents to both our prospective and existing clients.”

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