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The Compliance Group Welcomes New Director of Quality Control

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Michelle Doyle

The Compliance Group, Inc. (TCG), a mortgage compliance and quality control services provider, has announced the hiring of Michelle Doyle as its new Director of Quality Control.

Based in Carlsbad, California, TCG focuses on the compliance success of its clients, assisting financial institutions in mitigating risk and losses with its proprietary, patent-pending technology, and its core business solutions of Compliance, Quality Control, and Licensing.

As Director of Quality Control, Doyle will be responsible for overseeing TCG’s quality control reviews on behalf of clients and directing the firm’s QC service efforts. She brings more than two decades of experience in mortgage underwriting, quality control, risk mitigation and compliance to her new role at TCG.

“The rise in importance of compliance and QC over the last few years has fueled a tremendous amount of growth for TCG and its services,” said Annemaria Allen, CEO/president of The Compliance Group. “The type of work our client base is requesting warranted bringing on someone with Michelle’s strengths and experience. She is a highly talented, well respected and extremely experienced QC professional, and we feel she will be an incredible asset to TCG and its clients.”

Prior to joining The Compliance Group, Doyle was responsible for building out and overseeing the internal QC platforms for both Heritage Bank Mortgage (now Renasant Bank) and the Mortgage Solutions Practice at Warbird Consulting Partners. In addition, she has also held several QC and underwriting positions with The Stonehill Group, RR Donnelley, Option One Mortgage and Accredited Home Lenders.

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