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Taylor Capital announces new hires for Cole Taylor Mortgage

Feb 18, 2010

Taylor Capital Group Inc. has announced that it has hired several highly experienced mortgage professionals for senior positions in its new Cole Taylor Mortgage division. Among those joining the organization are: ►Phillip M. Miller, group senior vice president, secondary marketing, who has more than 16 years experience in building and managing relationships with major investors, agencies and broker/dealers. ►Daniel J. Ervin, senior vice president, national sales manager, who has 15-plus years experience in managing sales teams and providing entrepreneurial solutions for both mortgage professionals and their referral sources. ►Rebecca J. Bussineau, senior vice president, director of credit, brings 20 years of experience in all aspects of mortgage credit and compliance to Cole Taylor Mortgage, including quality control, originator approvals, credit policy and underwriting and policy guidelines. ►Alan Holsztynski, senior vice president, information technology director, who was the primary architect of MOAI, the industry's first wholesale mortgage portal, and a nationally recognized expert in mortgage technology solutions. In commenting on these new hires, Willie Newman, president of Cole Taylor Mortgage, said, "I am delighted to welcome these highly experienced industry experts to our organization. Each of them brings broad and deep experience to our strong team of residential mortgage professionals. We opened our doors in January, 2010, and are already originating loans throughout the Eastern, Midwestern and Southwestern parts of the country." For more information, visit www.coletaylor.com.  
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