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ServiceLink announces corporate rebranding initiative

NationalMortgageProfessional.com
Oct 06, 2009

ServiceLink, a provider of origination and default services, has announced a corporate rebranding initiative. With this rebranding, ServiceLink has maintained its name, but has updated the logo incorporating both the Fidelity National Financial colors and brand. The initiative consolidates all product offerings of origination, default, technology and business consulting under the new ServiceLink brand. It also better aligns the company’s integral position within Fidelity National Financial (FNF) and highlights its robust offerings that drive performance through the life of the loan. “Our national lender platform and management team have been serving lenders and servicers for the past two decades. Our name has always been synonymous with the highest levels of customer service,” said Jeff Coury, ServiceLink president and CEO. “This rebranding changes our logo and colors but does not change our Serve First culture and commitment to providing the products and support clients need to drive performance through the life of the loan.” “Given ServiceLink’s momentum and its position as Fidelity National Financial’s only national lender platform, we believe now is the right time to launch the rebranding of the company,” said Randy Quirk, Fidelity National Financial president. “The new look more fully connects the strength and stability of Fidelity National Financial to ServiceLink’s brand.” For more information, visit ServiceLinkFNF.com.  
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