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LoanDepot’s imortgage Welcomes Two Senior Production Executives

Mary Bane

Mary Bane

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Jim Weir

National nonbank lender and division of loanDepot, imortgage, recently announced the appointment of two senior production executives, Mary Bane and Jim Weir.

“Recruiting exceptional leaders reflects the company's commitment to hiring and promoting dynamic, knowledgeable industry experts as we continue to expand into new markets,” said Dan Hanson, EVP of National Production for imortgage. “We are fortifying and expanding our national footprint to capture the increasing demand for mortgage services and to equip the company with the scale and agility to service a dynamic and changing market.”

Mary Bane, VP, Regional Production for the Midwest region, comes to imortgage after serving six years as divisional president at Prospect Mortgage. She will be responsible for creating the new Midwest region for imortgage, focusing on government and renovation business. Bane held the top market share position for renovation lending in Illinois where she built a cohesive renovation sales team over a five-state region from the ground up.

Jim Weir was appointed VP, Regional Production for the imortgage South Central region. Jim has served as one of the top branch managers with imortgage for the last three of his five years with the company. With 17 years' experience in the industry focused on production, he has been involved in all facets of the industry from operations to secondary marketing. He has worked with both large public and regional banks as well as owned a multi-state mortgage company. In this new role, Jim will focus on supporting current branches and driving ongoing growth in the Texas markets and adjacent states.

“Adding their respective experience to our championship team comes at a critical point in the company’s strategic growth. We look forward to Jim and Mary carrying on the imortgage commitment to excellence and building upon our reputation as one of the most well respected lenders in the industry,” Hanson explained.

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