Home / News / Foreclosure / MBA Names LPS Executive to Board of Directors
Print This Post Print This Post

MBA Names LPS Executive to Board of Directors

Bill Griffin, EVP at ""Lender Processing Services"":http://www.lpsvcs.com/Pages/default.aspx (LPS), has been elected to serve on the ""Mortgage Bankers Association's"":http://mba.org/default.htm (MBA) board of directors, the company announced.

[IMAGE]

Griffin joins a number of new board members who will work together with the existing members to set MBA's strategic direction and oversee management of its initiatives. His appointment was first announced at the group's 100th Annual Convention & Expo in late October.

[COLUMN_BREAK]

""I am honored that the MBA has selected me to serve on its board during this period of enormous change within the mortgage finance industry,"" he said. ""LPS and the MBA have a proud history of working together to develop industry solutions, and I will continue to support our combined efforts toward fair and ethical lending practices, greater professional excellence in real estate finance and expanding homeownership in America.""

In his current role at LPS, Griffin leads the company's efforts to identify and deliver solutions and data and analytics to assist some of the country's biggest financial institutions in reaching their goals. He has a long history of executive leadership and has held high-level roles with LSI, Prudential, Ticor Mortgage Insurance, Ticor Securities Company, and the Stratmor Group.

""Bill's keen strategic insight into the issues impacting today's mortgage industry, combined with his superior relationship-building skills, will prove invaluable in helping the MBA build a better future for our industry and deliver more value to consumers,"" said MBA chairman E.J. Burke.

About Author: Tory Barringer

Tory Barringer began his journalism career in early 2011, working as a writer for the University of Texas at Arlington's student newspaper before joining the DS News team in 2012. In addition to contributing to DSNews.com, he is also the online editor for DS News' sister publication, MReport, which focuses on mortgage banking news.
x

Check Also

Economists Find Millennials Will Drive Housing Market in ’22

As more than 45 million millennials enter the prime first-time buying ages of 26-35, the year 2022 will present several opportunities, despite expected a rise in rates and a recovering inventory.

Your Daily Dose of DS News

Get the news you need, when you need it. Subscribe to the Daily Dose of DS News to receive each day’s most important default servicing news and market information, absolutely free of charge.