Dan Lader has joined non-bank mortgage lender loanDepot Inc. as senior vice president of technology portfolio delivery.
Lader, who has more than 20 years of experience in technology and finance-focused leadership roles, previously worked as vice president of corporate technology at Fannie Mae. He recently managed a long-term initiative to integrate the company's core systems with Common Securitization Solutions, a joint venture of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, to develop a new platform supporting a single security, loanDepot says in a release.
While at Fannie Mae, Lader was the technology owner of a portfolio of 250-plus applications supporting multiple enterprise functions. Previously, he was vice president of business systems at The Carlyle Group and vice president of analytics, finance and controls at Fannie Mae.
Lader's early career includes senior manager and manager roles with BearingPoint and Arthur Andersen, respectively, as well as a senior analyst role at American Management Systems.
In his new role, Lader will oversee program strategy and delivery across the loanDepot enterprise platform and direct budgeting and forecasting of the technology group while leading all IT audit and compliance functions. He will also manage platform-wide technology resources for the loanDepot brand.