Former MBA Chairman David Kittle joins ComplianceEase

Today on the show we have David Kittle, Vice Chairman & President of The Mortgage Collaborative (TMC), who will be our guest to discuss the mortgage industry and provide an update on what he sees taking place. David G. Kittle, CMB MBA’s Indiana and Kentucky Ambassador David Kittle, CMB, began his mortgage banking career in 1978 with American Fletcher Mortgage Company.

David Kittle – housingwire.com – ComplianceEase hired former MBA chairman David Kittle as its senior vice president of government and industry relations. He brings years of experience managing relationships with Fannie Mae.

Bruce Norris is joined this week by David Kittle. David is the senior director of industry relations for IMARC, a fraud investigation company located in Santa Ana. He manages IMARC’s Washington D.C. office. He is the past chairman of MBA’s political action committee and former vice-chairman of MBA’s residential board of governors.

Home > About ComplianceEase > ComplianceEase in the News > Press and News: Former MBA Chairman David Kittle Joins ComplianceEase as Senior Vice President of Government & Industry Relations. Burlingame, Calif. – April 12, 2016 – ComplianceEase , the nation’s leading provider of automated compliance solutions to the financial services industry, announced today the appointment of David Kittle.

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David Kittle, former chairman of the Mortgage Bankers Association (MBA), has joined mortgage compliance technology firm ComplianceEase as senior vice president of government and industry relations. A veteran of the mortgage banking industry, Kittle was elected chairman of the MBA in 2009 and has previously served on the association’s board of directors.

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For at least his first year as head of the Mortgage Bankers Association (MBA), David Stevens will be barred from lobbying the federal agency that matters most to many of the trade group’s members: the one he’s leaving.. Stevens, who last week announced he would step down in mid-April as assistant secretary for the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) and commissioner of the.

People in the News.. Former MBA Chairman Kittle Joins ComplianceEase as SVP of Government/Industry Relations ComplianceEase, Burlingame, Calif., appointed David Kittle, CMB as senior vice president of Government and Industry Relations. He will oversee the company’s interactions with federal.

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