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Notable mortgage industry hires and promotions, April 12-April 16

Homepoint has appointed Noelle Lipscomb as the company’s chief audit executive. Lipscomb will provide leadership and guidance to Homepoint’s risk-based internal auditing function, overseeing the review, monitoring and evaluation of the company’s financial, operational and compliance internal controls. She brings over 20 years of accounting and audit experience to Homepoint, most recently serving in senior audit roles at Fannie Mae for nearly 17 years.

RoundPoint Mortgage has announced its new leadership team, including Patrick McEnerney as CEO, Joseph M. Gormley as chief administrative officer, and Scott Bristol as executive vice president of retail lending. McEnerney, who was appointed by RoundPoint’s board of directors, has over three decades of experience in the mortgage banking and financial services industries. He joined Freedom Mortgage in August 2020 as executive vice president and later took the helm at RoundPoint following the merger between both companies. He spent the prior 14 years as managing director of Deutsche Bank; before Deutsche Bank, he was executive vice president at EverBank, president of PricelineMortgage and president of The Bank of New York Mortgage Company. Gormley joined RoundPoint last month after previously holding several senior positions at the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. Most recently, he served as the Federal Housing Administration’s deputy assistant secretary for single family housing. Bristol, who has over 25 years of experience in the retail mortgage sector, joined RoundPoint last week to lead retail business development. Previously, Bristol served as senior vice president and manager of national mortgage production at Flagstar Bank. Prior to Flagstar Bank, he served as president and national sales manager of Prime Lending.

Lenderworks has appointed mortgage veteran Andrew Peters as president. Peters will be charged with implementing a growth strategy for the company, as well as overseeing the expansion of its footprint in the housing ecosystem. He comes to Lenderworks with over 25 years of experience in the mortgage and real estate industry, most recently as vice president at Fannie Mae, where he oversaw strategy of the Single-Family business. Previously, Peters was the CEO of First Guaranty Mortgage Corporation for seven years.

Sprout Mortgage has announced the appointment of Henry Santos as the firm’s new executive vice president and chief information officer, effective immediately. He will be responsible for the strategy, execution, and performance of the Sprout enterprise technology ecosystem. Prior to joining Sprout, Henry served as the global director of housing finance and real estate services at Infosys. His previous experience includes head of Housing Finance and Lending Solutions at IBM, and roles at Fidelity National Information Systems, Capco, and Accenture. Henry has a bachelor of arts degree from Columbia University and a master’s degree in human development from Harvard University.

Nations Lending has hired Randy Koerner as a divisional sales manager. He will play a direct role in building dynamic sales as well as supporting the company’s branch development and sales growth. Most recently, he spent nine years as the national sales manager for Homeowners Financial Group; prior to that, he spent four years with MetLife Home Loans and over 10 years with Wells Fargo.

First Community Mortgage (FCM) has named Dudley Delbridge as an account executive in its Delegated Correspondent division. He will work with correspondent lenders in the markets where FCM is licensed, focusing primarily on Virginia, Maryland, West Virginia and Washington, D.C. He holds a bachelor of science in business administration and finance from Virginia Commonwealth University.

Incenter Appraisal Management (IAM) has announced the promotion of Mark Walser to president. The promotion comes less than a year after he joined IAM as executive vice president. He holds a bachelor of science in management and accounting from San Diego State University-California State University.

Hometap has announced that it has named Mohiuddin “Moe” Khan as its vice president of engineering. Khan, a veteran in the technology space with nearly three decades of experience, will help foster innovation and drive the fintech company toward its next phase of growth. He joins Hometap after spending seven years as senior director of both Platform Engineering and Communications SaaS Architecture at Oracle. Previously, he held positions at Bay Networks, Nortel, and Acme Packet. He holds a bachelor of science in Electrical Engineering from Worcester Polytechnic Institute and a master of business administration from the MIT Sloan School of Management.

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