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Radian’s Quint to Retire from CFO Position

new-ventureAfter nearly a quarter of a century with the company, Radian EVP and CFO C. Robert Quint is stepping out of his role, according to an announcement.

Quint joined Radian in 1990 as controller and VP, working in his early years to prepare the company for its initial public offering in 1992. He stepped into the role of CFO in 1996 and was named EVP three years later.

To ensure a smooth transition for his successor, Quint will serve as EVP of finance through the end of March and will assume a consulting role until the end of 2015.

"Throughout market highs and lows, Bob's finance and business acumen combined with the respect he has earned among Radian employees, customers, regulators and investors have helped the company grow and deliver value to our stockholders," said Radian CEO S.A. Ibrahim. "I am personally grateful to Bob for the past 10 years of inspiring passion, creativity and tenacity as we worked together to ensure success for Radian."

Stepping up to fill Quint's role is J. Franklin Hall, who will assume the dual positions of EVP and CFO starting in January.

Hall's resume includes more than two decades of leadership and experience in financial reporting, planning and analysis, investor relations, capital planning, corporate development, tax, and treasury. He started his career at Ernst & Young, later servicing as a senior financial analyst for Firstar Bank. He joined First Financial Bancorp in 1999 and assumed the role of CFO in 2005.

"We are delighted to have Frank join our exceptional Radian team. His financial services background, particularly in consumer lending, mortgage and credit businesses, will complement the customer perspective of our leadership team," Ibrahim said. "We believe that Frank brings the right talents and experiences to the role as we continue to grow our company and diversify our sources of revenue."

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Tory Barringer began his journalism career in early 2011, working as a writer for the University of Texas at Arlington's student newspaper before joining the DS News team in 2012. In addition to contributing to DSNews.com, he is also the online editor for DS News' sister publication, MReport, which focuses on mortgage banking news.

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