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Selene Finance Announces New Appointments and Promotion

0Selene Finance announced two new appointments and a promotion to further support its growing servicing portfolio and future business opportunities. Headquartered in Houston, Texas, Selene uses proprietary technology combined with customer service to propose flexible and creative servicing strategies to address the different needs of nonperforming, re-performing, REO, and performing loans. Selene is able to service in all 50 states and has approval to service Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac, Ginnie Mae, HUD, and Federal Home Loan Bank loans.

Brenda Henry and Robert Tompkins were appointed to Selene’s client relations team. Henry was previously a director at Shellpoint Mortgage Servicing, where she was responsible for portfolio management and special servicing of clients. Before joining Selene, Tompkins was the SVP of default at RMS, Inc. and has previously held leadership positions at OneWest Bank and Litton Loan Servicing, LP. With each having over 20 years of experience, Henry and Tompkins will assist Selene in serving its growing clientele.

The company also announced the promotion of Walt Kieschnick to SVP of portfolio management. Kieschnick has been with Selene since 2011 and has played an integral role in implementing key operational changes and leading process improvement initiatives.

 Shane Ross, EVP at Selene, expressed that the company will continue to provide quality service as the company expands. "As Selene grows, our focus continues to be on best-in-class service to our clients," he said. "We're known throughout the industry for our transparency, accessibility and flexibility. These cornerstones are what make Selene a leader and will continue to set us apart from competitors."

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