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PNC Mortgage, a division of PNC Bank NA, has announced two senior officer positions. E. Todd Chamberlain will serve as president and chief operating officer beginning Aug. 8, and Michael D. Greenwood begins as executive vice president of servicing July 18.

Most recently, Chamberlain (pictured here) served as executive vice president of Regions Financial Corp. and managing executive of Regions' residential mortgage division. At PNC Mortgage, he will be based in Chicago and report to CEO Sy Naqvi.

Greenwood comes to the company with more than 20 years' servicing experience. Most recently, he served as vice president for Assurant Specialty Property, managing approximately 1,800 associates at its Springfield, Ohio, outsourcing facility. Previously, he was senior vice president for mortgage operations and servicing at Huntington National Bank.




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