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National Mortgage Professional
Feb 09, 2009

Patricia Cook to join Green Tree as head of business developmentMortgagePress.comPatricia Cook, Freddie Mac, Keith Anderson, Green Tree Green Tree has announced that Patricia Cook will be joining the company as executive vice president, business development, effective immediately. Cook, who will report to Keith Anderson, president of Green Tree, will be responsible for directing Green Tree's business development effort as well as launching new business initiatives that are complementary to Green Tree's core servicing platform. Prior to joining Green Tree, Patti served as executive vice president and chief business officer of Freddie Mac where she was responsible for the single family, multi-family and investment and capital markets divisions, as well as the corporate functions of mission and business operations. "Patti's experience and contacts in the mortgage market acquired over the last 30 years make her a superb addition," Anderson said. "She joins a team with tremendous depth and experience in mortgage servicing." "I am thrilled to be joining Green Tree. It's a great team and a great product which is critically important to the mortgage market in these turbulent times," said Cook. Prior to joining Freddie Mac in August of 2004, she served as managing director and chief investment officer for fixed income at JP Morgan Fleming Asset Management. Prior to JP Morgan, she held similar positions at Prudential Investment Management and Fisher Francis Trees and Watts. She began her career at Salomon Brothers in fixed income sales and trading. She holds a masters of business administration degree from New York University and a bachelor's degree from Saint Mary's College. For more information, visit www.greentreecreditsolutions.com.
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