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zIngenuity Appoints New Vice President of Business Development

Apr 3 2014, 9:00am CDT | by

Dallas, TX, April 03, 2014 --(PR.com)-- zIngenuity, Inc. (www.zingenuity.com), announced today that Bradley Young has joined the firm as Vice President of Business Development and will work with...

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zIngenuity Appoints New Vice President of Business Development

Apr 3 2014, 9:00am CDT | by

Dallas, TX, April 03, 2014 --(PR.com)-- zIngenuity, Inc. (www.zingenuity.com), announced today that Bradley Young has joined the firm as Vice President of Business Development and will work with zIngenuity’s existing sales team to continue driving growth for the firm’s servicing quality control and mortgage risk consulting service offerings.

“Brad comes to zIngenuity from SN Servicing Corporation, where he led efforts to expand and grow mortgage servicing rights as EVP of Business Development. He has experience across a wide range of mortgage banking and servicing companies, extensive contacts across the industry, and a real commitment to quality,” commented Steve Mageras, Managing Director and Principal of zIngenuity.

“Brad’s proven sales management ability and his continuing success to drive increased revenues led to discussions about joining our firm. We are very excited to have a proven industry leader join our team,” said David Reber, President and CEO of zIngenuity, Inc.

About zIngenuity
zIngenuity, Inc. is a mortgage risk consulting firm headquartered in Irving, Texas, focused on helping lenders and servicers navigate the ever changing mortgage finance landscape. Founded in 2005 by mortgage industry veterans, zIngenuity’s initial focus was to assist lenders in enhancing value and income from their mortgage insurance and captive reinsurance company investments. In 2009, the firm added defense and resolution services to its offerings and advocated for our lender clients to resolve issues related to mortgage insurance rescissions and denials, as well as investor repurchase demands.

Our service offerings have continued to evolve and now include:

· Origination & Servicing Quality Control
· Mortgage Origination Services
· Mortgage Repurchase and MI Rescission Defense
· Counterparty Due Diligence
· MSR & Loan Due Diligence
· Mortgage Analytics
· Mortgage Insurance Services
· Litigation Support

zIngenuity is also an active acquirer of run-off lender captive reinsurance companies with investments in the Turks & Caicos and Cayman Islands.

To learn more about zIngenuity, visit our website at www.zingenuity.com.

Contact Information:
zIngenuity, Inc.
Jennifer Reno
214-377-4864
Contact via Email
www.zingenuity.com
Bob Voll, VP Business Development, bob.voll@zingenuity.com
Brad Young, VP Business Development, brad.young@zingenuity.com

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