Connecticut-based Promontory MortgagePath LLC, a provider of comprehensive digital mortgage origination and tech-driven fulfillment solutions, has hired industry veteran Theresa Sloan as managing director, national mortgage operations. She will lead the company’s national strategy for mortgage fulfillment while partnering with internal stakeholder groups to develop its growth and fintech strategy.
Sloan comes to Promontory MortgagePath from Volly, where she served as a client services executive. With more than 20 years of industry experience, she has also held several management- and executive-level positions with Ellie Mae, Black Knight, Mortgage Cadence, Aurora Loan Services and Wells Fargo.
“Theresa’s expertise in mortgage technology, fulfillment, client services and implementation cultivated over decades…makes her the perfect choice to lead our…fulfillment management teams,” says Debora Aydelotte, CEO. “Under her leadership, we expect the fulfillment teams to continue their growth in both size and importance as community lenders increasingly rely on Promontory MortgagePath to provide the mission-critical support enabling them to cost-effectively expand their mortgage operations.”
“My interest in Promontory MortgagePath was piqued by my desire to strengthen the fabric of commercial banks,” Sloan says. “My roots are in small-town banking, and I’ve seen first-hand the struggles community banks go through, particularly with mortgages…I see a real opportunity to bring value to local lenders and the communities they support by helping them become and remain competitive. I look forward to applying my expertise in technology and client service to implement the tech-driven processes that will help our fulfillment teams increase efficiency while positioning us to flex and grow with our current and future clients.”
Promontory MortgagePath’s founder, former U.S. Comptroller of the Currency Gene Ludwig, is widely recognized as a visionary thinker on the critical issues confronting financial services and his companies are often cited for their ability to help community lenders resolve their most pressing challenges.