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Jeanne L. Stell named compliance manager for Allied Home Mortgage Capital

Jul 13, 2010

Allied Home Mortgage Capital Corporation, a privately-held mortgage banker and broker, has announced that it has contracted with Jeanne L. Stell to oversee the day-to-day operations of Allied’s more than 200 home loan branch offices across the U.S. and the U.S. Virgin Islands. Stell will serve as a consultant to Allied Home Mortgage, and will be responsible for ensuring the company’s branch offices meet all federal and state compliance and licensing standards, as well as fulfill Allied’s own policies and procedures. Stell is very familiar with these duties, having served as executive vice president of compliance for Allied Home Mortgage from February 1998 through November 2007. “The mortgage industry is rapidly changing, and our company continues to grow,” said Jim Hodge, chief executive officer of Allied Home Mortgage. “It is extremely important that we help our branch managers keep abreast of regulations, licensing and procedure changes, and that we provide them with the best possible training and oversight. Jeanne is a consummate professional. I don’t know anyone with a better grasp of mortgage lending. Having her in this role will be invaluable as we continue to add branches and serve our customers.” Stell has earned her direct endorsement certification, VA Lapp and credit underwriting certifications/approvals. She also has been certified as a continuing education mortgage trainer and is a recognized mortgage banking expert witness. For more information, visit
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