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WFG National Title Adds Two to Its Agency Audit Department

NationalMortgageProfessional.com
Jan 21, 2011

WFG National Title Insurance Company has named Mark Knight senior agency auditor and Keith Nolan as agency auditor. The Williston Financial Group family of title insurers is currently licensed and operating in 37 jurisdictions nationwide. The company is a full-service provider of title insurance and real estate settlement services for lender, commercial and residential transactions nationwide. Knight comes to WFG National Title after spending seven years in a similar position with one of the industry’s largest title insurers. He spent the previous 15 years serving in loss prevention and internal auditing manager positions with a number of firms. Knight has a degree in Business Administration and Management from James Madison University in Virginia, and is a Certified Construction Auditor (CCA) and Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE). Nolan has been in the real estate services industry for almost 15 years, most recently having served over ten years as a regional auditor for a large national underwriter. He has a Bachelor of Science/Business Administration from the University of Central Florida. With WFG, Knight and Nolan will be responsible for all agency escrow audits. Their focus will be on using effective data reporting and tracking practices to ensure maximum service for and communication with WFG agencies. “Keith and Mark will be living examples of WFG’s dedication to collaborating with and supporting its agency partners,” said WFG National Title Executive Vice President Joseph Drum Esq. “In the current regulatory environment, it is critical that our partners have up-to-date information and guidance, and this will be a major part of the role Keith and Mark play.” For more information, visit www.WillistonFinancial.com.
Published
Jan 21, 2011
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