The president of MetLife Home Loans and one of his top lieutenants has resigned.
In January 2006, Pete Makowiecki became mortgage banking president and chief executive officer of First Horizon Home Loan Corp. At the time, he had been with First Horizon for five years.
After much of the Irving, Texas-based lender was acquired by MetLife Bank, N.A., in August 2008, Makowiecki became president of the new operation, which became known as MetLife Home Loans.
Under Makowiecki, MetLife originated $37 billion last year.
Now, he is gone.
“Pete Makowiecki has left MetLife Home Loans effective immediately, to pursue other interests,” a spokesman confirmed in a statement today to MortgageDaily.com.
In addition, MetLife confirmed the immediate departure of Jeffrey Brown as president, national marketing production.