LenderLive Settlement Services Names Industry Veteran as President
|March 1, 2012|
LenderLive Network Inc., a domestic-based end-to-end mortgage services provider, named Joe Mowery as president of the LenderLive Settlement Services division. Mowery brings nearly 10 years of expertise in marketing and management in the title insurance industry to LenderLive. In addition to the integration and expansion of the newly acquired default division of the company, he will be responsible for the overall strategy and growth of the existing title insurance business for LenderLive.
“Joe has a very solid operations and sales background in addition to an excellent understanding of the intricacies in the title insurance segment of the mortgage market. We are fortunate to have him join our team,” said Rick Seehausen, president and CEO of LenderLive. “LenderLive continues growing the workforce and scope of services supported by LenderLive Settlement Services. Joe is the right person to manage that expansion and move this part of our business in a direction to best serve current and future industry demands.”
During his career, Mowery has consistently improved productivity, profitability and performance for the organizations in which he has worked. Prior to his position at LenderLive, Mowery was vice president of sales and national operations at Assured Title Agency, where he led his team to substantially increase company order count through successful client acquisition programs.
As vice president of lender services for a division of Fidelity National Financial, he increased sales revenues of nationwide title insurance and escrow services to lenders. Mowery held the position of senior vice president and strategic accounts director at First American Title Insurance Co., where he was responsible for business development and customer service management for top-tier national institutional lenders. As executive vice president at Lenders First Choice, Mowery managed a large fulfillment center and made significant reductions in operating expenses.