People Movers of the Week: Jan. 13


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Holliday Fenoglio Fowler has expanded its Phoenix office with the hiring of Brad Miner as a director.

He will focus on debt and equity placement transactions in Arizona with an emphasis on multihousing transactions, among other asset classes.

Miner has more than 11 years of experience in commercial real estate finance and most recently worked as a vice president for the debt and equity finance team at CBRE.

He also worked on the financial analysis team at Tokyo Star Bank in Japan, and at Wells Fargo Bank.



New American Funding, a national mortgage banker, has named Kelly Allison as its Southeast divisional vice president.

In this newly established role, Allison will be responsible for expanding New American Funding across seven states by building teams of leaders and increasing new home loan sales.

She brings to the firm 16 years of mortgage experience with a focus on new construction home loans.



HarborOne Bank has named Camille Madden as chief operating officer of Merrimack Mortgage, a wholly owned subsidiary of HarborOne.

Madden, previously Merrimack’s senior vice president of operations, brings two decades of residential lending experience to her new role as COO with Merrimack Mortgage.

She has spent the past five years as a senior leader on Merrimack’s operations team, overseeing the closing, underwriting, condo and appraisal departments.

Madden also spent 11 years in underwriting at Wells Fargo Home Mortgage in Danvers, Mass.



First Tech Federal Credit Union has promoted Brad Calhoun to chief retail and marketing officer.

Calhoun previously served as First Tech’s senior vice president and head of retail.

As chief retail and marketing officer, he will relocate to First Tech’s Beaverton campus, and oversee the credit union’s retail, marketing, business development and member experience teams.



Homeward Residential Inc., a national mortgage lender and subsidiary of Ocwen Financial Corp., has named Michael Moorhouse senior vice president of its third-party originations division.

Moorhouse has over 30 years of experience in mortgage banking, including production, operations management, marketing, product development and technology development.

Prior to joining Homeward, he was vice president of business development at Icon Advisory Group, where he was responsible for its first mortgage pricing and performance analytics group.

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