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Member Board of Directors and Audit Committee, Financial Services, National Search

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Member Board of Directors and Audit Committee

Financial Services – Mortgage Servicing and Origination

Location: National – United States

We are representing an established and rapidly growing Mortgage Servicing and Origination business in their national search for a new member of their Board of Directors and Audit Committee.

Why Join Us:

  • Established private business with four-fold growth over the past three years, plus continuing plans for organic and acquisition-based growth
  • Business wholly owned by one of the world’s largest investment funds and associated with one of the world’s largest Private Equity firms
  • Opportunity to advise and create strategy around growth, acquisitions and regulatory planning
  • Existing Board members include current and previous high-ranking global banking and investments executives

Responsibilities:

  • Attending Board meetings and Audit Committee meetings throughout the year at various US locations, including New York and Dallas
  • As required, chairing Audit Committee

Requirements:

  • You should bring executive level US mortgage or housing market exposure
  • You should have a strong understanding of the mortgage origination and/or servicing regulatory environment
  • You should have exposure to regulatory bodies, for example CFPB
  • Loan portfolio investment experience is desirable

Time and travel commitment:

  • You will be required to attend in person four to five Board meetings per year, and four Audit Committee meetings by phone or in person, with a total expected commitment of 14-16 days per year including preparation time

Application Process for Member Board of Directors and Audit Committee: Qualified professionals are to contact Steve Harrison at: steve@conselium.com

Published by Conselium Executive Search, the global leader in compliance search.  
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