The chief executive officer of Pulte Mortgage was sworn in as a Mortgage Bankers Association chairman-elect at the group’s annual conference in Chicago. It was one of several appointments announced.
The trade group is holding its 98th Annual Convention & Expo from Oct. 9 to Oct. 12 at the Hyatt Regency.
Several executive and board appointments were announced by the Washington, D.C.-based group on Sunday.
Debra W. Still was sworn in as chairman-elect of MBA. Still is president and CEO of Pulte Mortgage. She’s worked for the company since 1983.
The Ithaca College alumnus served on MBA’s strategic planning committee during her more than a decade as an MBA member.
“As part of MBA’s governance structure, Still is in line to be the MBA Chairman beginning in October, 2012,” MBA said in one of several announcements.
E.J. Burke was sworn is as MBA’s vice chairman. Burke is executive vice president and group head at KeyBank Real Estate Capital and Corporate Banking Services. Burke is the immediate past chair of MBA’s Commercial Real Estate/Multifamily Finance Board of Governors and a member of MBA’s board of directors.
New members of the Washington, D.C.-based group’s board include Daniel Arrigoni of U.S. Bank Home Mortgage, T.D. Service Co.’s Dale Dykema, Robert Gaither of Bank of America Home Loans, Elliot Jacobs from First Fidelity Capital Markets, Janine Stallings of Pacific Life Insurance Co., Q10 Capital, LLC’s Robert Stout and Mark Wilsmann from MetLife Inc.
PrimeLending Senior Vice President and Chief Information Officer Tim Elkins was named chairman of RESTECH. The industry forum reportedly identifies inhibiting technical and legal constraints.
Michael W. Young was elected 2012 chairman, MBA said.
Young is the chairman of Cenlar FSB and has been an active MBA member for more than four decades. He has held various other positions at the association including being a member of the board member and a member of MBA’s Council on Ensuring Mortgage Liquidity.