Salient Business Solutions appoints former MBA chair Regina Lowrie director of advisory boardMortgagePress.comSalient Business Solutions, Regina Lowrie, Vision Mortgage Capital LLC
Business Solutions, a provider of business process outsourcing
(BPO) services, announced the addition of Regina M. Lowrie as
director of Salient's advisory board. The advisory board is
comprised of several executives from within the mortgage industry,
as well as other markets, and serves as a strategy sounding board
for Salient. The group advises Salient on strategic decisions in a
host of areas, including business development, branding, public
relations and marketing.
"The addition of Ms. Lowrie to the advisory board is a signal to
the mortgage industry that Salient is developing a significant
presence in the market," said Manoj Malhotra, CEO of Salient
Business Solutions. "The advisory board members regularly provide
us with their domain expertise, and our executive team draws upon
that experience when making strategic decisions and developing our
road map for the expansion of the company. As we seek to expand our
presence in the mortgage industry, Ms. Lowrie's insight will prove
to be invaluable."
Bringing more than 29 years of mortgage banking experience to
her role on the board, Lowrie is currently the president and CEO of
Vision Mortgage Capital LLC, as well as RML Investments Inc., a
consulting firm serving the financial services industry. Prior to
forming Vision Mortgage Capital, Lowrie was president of Gateway
Funding Diversified Mortgage Services in Horsham, Pa.
Among numerous career achievements, in 2005, Lowrie became the
first woman to fill the role of Chairman of the Mortgage Bankers
Association (MBA). She was instrumental in the creation of an
industry "think tank," the Council to Shape Change, which looks at
issues of technology and helping lenders reduce cost through the
use of technology. She was also recognized by the Philadelphia
Business Journal and the National Association of Business Owners as
one of the "25 Women of Distinction" in 2006.
"This new responsibility is another avenue in which I can focus
my commitment and passion to the mortgage industry," said Lowrie.
"I am very excited to be involved at a strategic level with a
company of Salients caliber and hope that I can use my extensive
mortgage banking experience to help the company grow
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