DIMONT, a provider of hazard insurance claims and loan administration services, announced Thursday that its former chief revenue officer, Laura MacIntyre, is being promoted to chief executive officer.
“I have worked with Laura for a number of years, and I know her experience and knowledge make her a great resource for our organization and our industry,” said Jocelyn Martin-Leano, president of Rushmore Servicing Division. “Laura has years of demonstrated success within the mortgage industry and a proven track record of driving excellence in organizations through her leadership. This promotion is well-deserved.”
In her new role, MacIntyre is tasked with leading the company’s strategic initiatives. Part of that will include overseeing business development and client relations and, according to the announcement, she will “ensure alignment of the organization to grow its new business segments while maintaining a quality product and a customer-centric focus.”
In doing so, the company says MacIntyre will work closely with Renovo Capital, DIMONT’s long term private equity partner.
Before joining DIMONT as chief revenue officer over two years ago, MacIntyre served as director of sales for DocMagic.
Prior to that role, she worked in leadership roles with other companies in the industry, including ServiceLink and Black Knight. In total, she brings over 25 years of mortgage industry experience to her new role.
“It’s been clear to me from day one that DIMONT is a very forward-thinking company that cares deeply about the success of its customers,” MacIntyre said.
“Having grown up in the mortgage industry and seeing changes that have taken place in our market, it is truly an honor to be in the company of such great leaders and business partners who have supported me throughout my career,” MacIntyre added. “I am so very grateful and honored for the opportunity to serve as DIMONT’s CEO and am truly excited for the future of our organization.”
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