Wolters Kluwer Financial Services Adds Gary Kasper to Mortgage Origination Product Strategy Team
April 10, 2008
WALTHAM, Mass.----Wolters Kluwer Financial Services, through its line of PCi banking analytics solutions, announced today financial services technology industry veteran Gary Kasper has joined the organization’s mortgage origination product strategy team as the business manager of its Settlement Services group. He will be based in Austin, Texas.
In this new role, Kasper will be responsible for the development and implementation of PCi’s mortgage origination product strategy. He will focus on expanding the existing flood determination and title business while creating a true bundled origination offering. This capability will enable Wolters Kluwer Financial Services customers to order, track and deliver a comprehensive suite of settlement products and services necessary to close a residential mortgage loan. “Gary Kasper offers the experience and perspective that is often difficult to find in the mortgage origination space,” said Kurt Sames, vice president and general manager, Consumer Compliance, Wolters Kluwer Financial Services. “We’re pleased that Gary has joined us at this critical juncture as we focus our mortgage origination product strategy to deliver superior solutions to streamline the mortgage origination process. Gary will also play an important role as we add additional capabilities to our growing flood determination and title business.” Kasper spent the last five years with Stewart Lenders Services, a wholly owned subsidiary of Stewart Title Company (NYSE: STC), as vice president of Automated Products. His responsibilities included the overall sales and business development of the Automated Products division. In this role he had global responsibility for credit reporting, flood determinations, valuations and mortgage lien reports. In addition, he had responsibility for the development and implementation of Stewart’s wholesale strategic partner channel. Prior to joining Stewart Lenders Services, he served as national sales manager of TransUnion Settlement Solutions, a wholly owned subsidiary of TransUnion LLC.
Source: Wolters Kluwer Financial Services