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LenderLive Announces New Chief Financial Officer

Bill - LinkedInLenderLive Holdings, Inc., a mortgage services provider, announced Bill Maw has joined the company as its Chief Financial Officer. Maw joins the company with 20-plus years' financial experience.

Prior to joining LenderLive, Maw severed as the Chief Financial Officer of Liquidnet Holdings, Inc., a financial technology company that facilitates equities and fixed income trading for the world’s leading asset management firms in 45 markets.

During his tenure at Liquidnet, Maw’s role oversaw all aspects of finance for the company. In addition, he led the company’s capital raising process and oversaw acquisitions.

“Bill is a seasoned financial services veteran with deep industry knowledge in financial management, operational improvement, leadership, and business development,” said Rob Clements, Chairman and CEO of LenderLive. “He is an exceptional choice to lead the LenderLive finance and accounting teams. I am confident his addition to the team will better position us in the market as we continue to grow and evolve.”

Maw is a board member and chair of the Audit Committee of PYXERA Global, an international NGO. He is also a member of the Advisory Board for the Massachusetts Institute of Technology IDEAS Global Challenge.

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