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QuestSoft Appoints Jim Janczy Manager of Compliance Software in Eastern U.S.
Jan 14, 2011

QuestSoft, a leading provider of mortgage compliance software and services to lenders, has announced that Jim Janczy has been appointed regional manager for the Eastern Region. Janczy will focus on the continued sales of Compliance EAGLE, an end-to-end, fully automated compliance platform; HMDA RELIEF; CRA RELIEF and other products that make QuestSoft a leader in automated lending compliance. “Compliance will be one of the most critical issues facing lenders once again this year,” said Leonard Ryan, president of QuestSoft. “Jim has extensive mortgage banking experience and understands the hurdles lenders are experiencing when it comes to their compliance needs from both a regulatory and secondary market standpoint.” Janczy brings more than 15 years of experience in mortgage banking, allowing him to understand lenders’ needs. Prior to joining QuestSoft, Janczy was the loss mitigation director for Citibank Mortgage in the New England Region. He managed a diverse portfolio, including working with both borrowers and investors to modify troubled loans. From 2006 to 2008 Janczy was the New England regional manager of correspondent lending for Wells Fargo where he was credited with increasing loan production 380 percent from $180 million per year to over $700 million per year. Previous to his two-year stint at Wells Fargo, Janczy served as president of SouthCoast Financial Group, a mortgage lender licensed in 10 states with loan production of nearly $500 million, since 1996. Janczy was responsible for all aspects of the business, including selling to the secondary market. Janczy graduated from Bridgewater State College with a Bachelor of Science in Business Management. Janczy is charged with managing QuestSoft’s eastern regional sales including a focus on Compliance EAGLE, a Licensee Examination File (LEF) certified automated compliance platform that evaluates loan files against the Truth in Lending Act (TILA), as well as federal, state and local consumer and predatory lending laws. Compliance EAGLE also incorporates additional compliance reviews, including the Home Mortgage Disclosure Act (HMDA), Community Reinvestment Act (CRA), Recording Fees calculations and flood determination requirements. “QuestSoft’s sales team is built on relationships and Jim’s long-standing relationships in the region will continue to add to the QuestSoft brand. We are excited to have Jim’s experience and expertise added to the team and look for him to help take us to the next level,” said Parvesh Sahi, vice president of Sales & Business Development. Cheryl Hemingway, the previous Eastern Region manager, will be shifting her responsibilities to the Western Region where she plans to coordinate with Janczy’s team to offer best of breed compliance solutions to all 50 states. For more information, visit
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