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Clayton Holdings Hires EVP of Sales & Marketing


Mark Hughes

Clayton Holdings LLC, recently announced the hiring of Mark Hughes as EVP of sales and marketing. The company provides of loan due diligence, surveillance, REO management, and consulting services to the mortgage industry.

Hughes will oversee the sales, business development, and marketing for Clayton and its subsidiaries, which include Green River Capital, Red Bell Real Estate, ValuAmerica, and Clayton Euro Risk.

According to Clayton Holdings, Hughes has more than 25 years of experience in operational and business development within financial services.

“Mark’s dynamic background—with deep experience on both the sales and operational sides of the business—make him a fantastic fit to lead Clayton’s sales and marketing efforts,” said Joseph D’Urso, president of Clayton. “He has an excellent reputation within the securities and lending communities and is recognized as a thought leader in due diligence and private-label securitization.”

Prior to his new role, he served as LenderLive's president of the due diligence division, which provides a broad range of diligence and underwriting services to lenders and investors. Before LenderLive, Hughes was VP of due diligence solutions at CoreLogic.

In addition, Hughes spent nine years with the Bohan Group, where he ended up becoming president and COO. He also was a VP at Salomon Brothers, which is now Citigroup.

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