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Caliber Announces Top Management Changes

In a top management shake-up, the Coppell, Texas-based Caliber Home Loans announced that it had appointed Jordan Licht as COO, Production and Danny Horanyi as Head of Non-Agency Lending.

“Congratulations to Jordan Licht and Danny Horanyi, who have been appointed as Caliber COO, Production and Head of Non-Agency Lending, respectively,” said Caliber Home Loans CEO Sanjiv Das. “I’m delighted to recognize these individuals that have proven track records of leadership and success. I'm confident that these changes will help us accelerate our growth, improve our competitiveness and continue to position Caliber as the most highly regarded non-bank lender in the industry”.

Licht’s previous experience at CoreLogic includes SVP, Head of Strategy, Planning and Analytics; other experience includes the Executive Director position at Morgan Stanley. Lich has an MBA from Columbia Business School.

Horanyi is the previous SVP of Retail Innovation with Caliber Home Loans.He has also served as a branch manager for loanDepot. Horanyi has a B.A. in Economics, Accounting, and FInance from the University of California, Santa Barbara.

Caliber Home Loans a full-service national mortgage lender and agency direct seller/servicer founded in 2007, and originates loans through various channels and transaction types, including a network of retail branches, wholesale lending, and correspondent lending, and a consumer-direct centralized operation specializing in a variety of loan programs for purchase and refinance such as conforming, jumbo, and government products. As well as Coppell, Caliber Home Loans holds offices in Oklahoma City, San Diego, and Irving, Texas.

“Caliber also offers innovative servicing solutions for both conforming and non-conforming loans,” says Caliber Home Loans. “Caliber is led by a veteran senior management team that consists of mortgage banking professionals with a history of building successful national mortgage operations.”

About Author: Seth Welborn

Seth Welborn is a Reporter for DS News and MReport. A graduate of Harding University, he has covered numerous topics across the real estate and default servicing industries. Additionally, he has written B2B marketing copy for Dallas-based companies such as AT&T. An East Texas Native, he also works part-time as a photographer.

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