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Radian appoints Brian Frame to director, credit union segment manager

NationalMortgageProfessional.com
Apr 01, 2010

Radian Guaranty Inc., the mortgage insurance subsidiary of Radian Group Inc., has announced that Brian D. Frame, CMB, AMP has been appointed to the position of director, strategic segment manager. In his new role, Frame will be responsible for expanding Radian’s reach and relationships with credit unions across the United States by working with the company’s national field sales team to promote Radian products and programs that would provide the best value to this unique segment. Frame will also represent Radian at state credit union league meetings and other credit union conferences such as the American Credit Union Mortgage Association (ACUMA), Credit Union National Association (CUNA) Lending and the National Association of Credit Union Organizers (NACUSCO). In addition, he will participate on the ACUMA Membership Committee and interface with a variety of loan origination system providers to expand Radian’s connectivity within the electronic mediums that credit unions work with each day. “Brian has been serving as a key liaison with the credit union segment for the past several years,” said Mike Dziuba, Radian’s senior vice president of national field sales. “He has been instrumental in helping increase awareness of Radian’s ongoing support of this influential segment, and in his new position, Brian will play an even more prominent role in our interactions with credit unions nationwide.” Prior to his new appointment, Frame served as a senior account manager with Radian, responsible for client accounts throughout the state of Wisconsin. He has been actively involved with the mortgage banking and insurance industries for the past 25 years and is the founding organizer of the Iowa, Wisconsin and Nebraska Credit Union Real Estate Networks (CURENs). For more information, visit www.radian.biz.  
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Apr 01, 2010