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MBA Names VP of Industry Technology

The Mortgage Bankers Association's (MBA) Rick Hill has been promoted to VP of industry technology, the group announced.

A staff member in MBA's Research and Industry Technology Group, Hill will now take charge in providing leadership to the association and its membership relating to operational and technology topics facing the mortgage industry. He is also responsible for developing content for MBA’s Technology Conference and leading all of its technology forums and working groups.

He will step into his new role at the start of 2015.

Hill joined MBA in 2010, having worked prior to that as director of data strategy at Fannie Mae. Before that, he was a senior auditor with Deloitte & Touche. He served before his promotion as associate VP of industry technology.

"Rick came to MBA with a breadth of technical knowledge few in the realm of real estate finance possess," said David Stevens, president and CEO of MBA. "His work in these areas is extremely valuable, not just to MBA and our members, but to the entire mortgage industry. I congratulate him on his well deserved promotion."

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