The passion Adam Quinones has for improving the entire
landscape of housing finance is undeniable. I’ve never met anyone who has
cared more about where we are and where we’re going as an industry.
Adam’s made great strides toward bridging the gap between primary and secondary
mortgage market professionals in his 3 years as the Managing Editor at MND
But as of this week, Adam Quinones left MND to join the
Fixed Income Markets Division of Thomson Reuters as their new Structured
Cash-Flow Products Manager. In this role AQ will use his wide range of
industry knowledge to enhance existing Thomson Reuters MBS/ABS products and
channel his creativity toward the development of new products.
Although we’re sad to see AQ go, we’re happy that his
new position will allow him to maintain a presence within the MND
community. My market dialogue with AQ has been very important to me over
the years. Because of Thomson Reuters relationship with MND, I look
forward to being able to continue that dialogue.
Frank Ceizyk, one of the founding members of MND’s MBS
community summed up the situation best when he said, “I’m excited about Adam’s
new position. He is moving into a role that only enhances his panoramic vision
of all things related to housing finance. Great things lie ahead for him.”
Glenn Setzer, President and Founder of MND added, “I believe
I can speak for everyone in saying thank you to Adam for his contributions to
this publication, this community and this industry, all of which have benefited
from his knowledge. We wish you the best.”