Bay Equity Home Loans Promotes Two Executives

Posted by Patrick Barnard on February 01, 2016 No Comments
Categories : Residential Mortgage

Two executives at Bay Equity Home Loans, a full-service retail mortgage lending institution founded and headquartered in the heart of San Francisco’s financial district, have been promoted to new positions.

John Curtin, one of the company’s founders and owners, will take over the role of executive vice president (EVP) of corporate initiatives, while Autumn Van Rooy will serve as the company’s new EVP of branch finance management and onboarding.

In his new role as EVP of corporate initiatives, Curtin will oversee implementation of company-wide initiatives, corporate strategies and best practices. He will also manage a team of on-site trainers and coordinate regional sales summits.

In his new role as EVP of branch finance management and onboarding, Van Rooy – who led training and onboarding of new branches and employees during Bay Equity’s unprecedented growth in 2015 – will work with a growing group of regional market managers on compliance and branch management issues.

“These gentlemen are filling key support roles to effectively implement corporate initiatives and, ultimately, help our sales team close more loans,” says Brett McGovern, CEO of Bay Equity, in a release. “Their experience and knowledge ensures we stay on target to provide our branches and loan officers with the best tools and practices to grow their business.”

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