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USFS Appoints Two New Executive Leaders

National independent mortgage lender ""United Shore Financial Services, LLC (USFS)"":http://www.unitedshore.com/, is welcoming two new corporate leaders. The Michigan-based organization, parent company of ""United Wholesale Mortgage (UWM)"":www.uwm.com/, recently added Tim Forrester as chief financial officer for USFS and named Kristin Hammond as EVP of capital markets.


Prior to joining USFS, Forrester was a partner in ""Deloitte & Touche USA's"":www.deloitte.com/ capital markets group, where he led the firm's mortgage banking unit. Hammond joins USFS from her previous role as president of Flagstar Capital Markets Corporation.


""I am excited to announce the final two pieces of our senior management team. Over the past 18 months we have sought to build the best, most experienced management team to lead USFS to our goal of being one of the largest and most respected independent mortgage banking firms in the world. Tim and Kirstin are very talented individuals that complement our existing team and allow us to continue to stay on track with our growth plans,"" said Kip Kirkpatrick, CEO of USFS.

""We are very excited to announce another high profile executive is moving to Michigan to join us. We've hired over 500 people in Michigan this year and are proud of the part we are playing in helping Michigan's recovery,"" added Mat Ishbia, president of UWM.

""Tim Forrester has deep and broad experience in the industry. His detailed accounting and capital markets expertise will help us continue on our path of producing great client service and quality loans for our investors,"" he continued.

""The addition of Kirstin Hammond will enhance our ability to continue building great relationships with our investors, while also continuing to improve our executional capabilities, so that we can continue to provide great pricing to our clients,"" concluded Ishbia.

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