""Digital Risk"":digitalrisk.com/ has added a new executive vice president for its sales and strategy sector, with the announcement that Randy Lightbody will take over the position. Through hiring Lightbody, Digital Risk hopes to continue its pattern of growth and boost its support for services and originators.[IMAGE]
LIghtbody boasts more than 25 years of experience in the industry, and he has previously worked in sales, operational leadership, and disciplined change management. Prior to teaming up with Digital Risk, Lightbody was a senior-level leader for Fidelity's ""ServiceLink"":www.servicelinkfnf.com/, where he headed up enterprise sales efforts for all brands, products, and services.
Additionally, Lightbody has held roles with ""PMI Mortgage Insurance"":www.pmi-us.com/, ""Morgan Stanley"":www.morganstanley.com/, ""Bank One"":https://www.chase.com/cm/shared/cfs/.../merger_announcement.html, ""Royal Bank of Canada"":www.rbcroyalbank.com/ , ""Bank of America"":https://www.bankofamerica.com/, and Countrywide. In his position with Digital Risk, Lightbody will be responsible for assisting those in servicing and origination, as they work through multiple changes and challenges.
Commenting on the company's recent decision to bring Lightbody aboard as EVP, Digital Risk's CEO, Peter Kassabov, said, ""We are extremely excited to have Randy join our executive leadership team. Given Randy's perspectives as both a mortgage banker and vendor, he will be able to help guide and shape the future growth of our firm.""
Echohing Kassabov's positive statements, Alex Santos, Digital Risk's president, noted, ""Digital Risk's track record of doing the right things right for our clients, positions us optimally to serve the mortgage finance market of today and tomorrow. Randy thinks like a mortgage banker enhancing our ability to expose the most relevant solutions to the market faster.""
Digital Risk, the country's largest risk management and compliance solutions provider, employees more than 1,200 people, and the company utilizes its robust staff to deliver critical services for $8 billion in loans per month. Through its platforms, Digital Risk gives buyers and sellers of mortgage backed securities the analytical, technological, and risk management provisions needed to generate alpha.