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Former Bank of America Exec in as CMO at RateGravity

Mike MaOn November 21, Boston-based fintech company RateGravity announced that it had hired former Bank of America executive Mike Ma as its CMO.

Ma most recently worked as founder and managing partner of Horsepowered Partners, a sales and marketing consulting firm that worked with RateGravity. At Bank of America, Ma had worked as SVP and Head of Digital Strategy of Innovation. He also served as Chief Growth Officer at the investment platform Betterment.

RateGravity was founded by mortgage bankers Patrick Boyaggi and Mike Tassone in 2016. According to the official website, RateGravity "is a mortgage service with on-demand personal mortgage experts committed to securing home loans from certified local lenders that offer discounted interest rates. Since launching in 2016, RateGravity has worked with hundreds of customers who have saved an average of $30,000 over the life of their loan."

In a statement, Ma said, “In a process that can be both opaque and unnecessarily costly for consumers, RateGravity is empowering homebuyers across the Commonwealth through its powerful technology platform and trusted network of local lenders. I am excited to tell their stories in the days ahead.”

About Author: David Wharton

David Wharton has been a freelance writer and editor for over 13 years, contributing to publications such as The Daily Dot, CinemaBlend, ScreenRant, and Creative Screenwriting Magazine. He holds a B.A. in English from the University of Texas at Arlington. He lives in Texas with three children, four dogs, and his wife.
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