Sindeo has expanded its leadership team in a bid to take on the mortgage industry.
The platform has hired experienced leaders from other marketplace lenders in order to foster its expansion. Sindeo is a modern mortgage marketplace that helps people plan and shop for home loans in a more timely, competitive and transparent way.
Nick Stamos, CEO and Founder of Sindeo, commented:
“Nearly every part of the real estate process has been transformed by technology except for home financing. Getting a mortgage is still manual, frustrating and confusing. We’ve assembled a talented team to accelerate Sindeo’s growth and bring greater efficiency, transparency and choice to the mortgage process.”
“The mortgage process doesn’t have to be difficult. We help people at every stage of their home search so they can make smart decisions with their current and future financial goals in mind. With this experienced leadership team, we’re building the modern mortgage marketplace to better serve consumers, real estate pros and mortgage professionals.”
Sindeo has added Ginger Wilcox as Chief Industry Officer. Wilcox brings years of real estate experience to the company. She previously led Trulia’s industry marketing organization, where she built and grew Trualia’s channel marketing and partnership programs.
Jobe Danganan joins Sindeo as General Counsel and Chief Compliance Officer from the CFPB. He was most recently Enforcement Attorney-Advisor, and before that was Senior Investigative Counsel at the US Financial Crisis Inquiry Commission.
Sindeo has also acquired a new Chief Marketing Officer, Brad Lensing. He was previously the Chief Marketing Officer at Prosper Marketplace. Alongside this appointment Sindeo has hired Andy Carra as Chief Technology Officer. Carra has had a long career in disruptive FinTech companies; he was previously a Co-Founder at SoFi and Chief Technology Officer at LearnVest.
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