Skip to main content

Embrace Home Loans Names Brian Gilpin VP of Capital Markets
May 05, 2011

Embrace Home Loans has announced the promotion of Brian Gilpin as vice president of capital markets, a new division at the Newport, R.I.-based headquarters. A 13-year company veteran, Gilpin has held various leadership positions with Embrace Home Loans. He began his career with the company as an assistant loan officer, and quickly was promoted to a secondary marketing associate. Most recently, Gilpin helped lead a team as an assistant vice president. A seasoned professional and member of the Mortgage Brokers Association (MBA), Gilpin has now been promoted to vice president, charged with launching and expanding the company’s new capital markets division. In this role, Gilpin will be responsible for financial analysis, setting internal interest rates, hedging interest rate risk, and the integration of risk software systems and trading nearly $3 billion of production that Embrace Home Loans closes annually. Gilpin will manage a team of three strong analysts and two traders, manage banking relationships with three of the largest banks in the nation, be responsible for developing relationships with Wall Street partners and provide financial insight to the president, chief financial officer and treasurer of Embrace Home Loans. “We are very pleased to have Brian head up our capital markets division,” said Dennis Hardiman, chief executive officer and founder of Embrace Home Loans. “His years of experience with Embrace Home Loans are an asset to our company and its continued growth. Brian has extensive knowledge of the industry and Embrace, and his leadership skills will prove invaluable in this role. Our new division will focus on the continued growth of the company along with its financial insight, and I am confident Brian will lead this new division and Embrace to a successful future.”
Biden Appoints Sandra Thompson As Acting Director Of The FHFA

The White House appointed Sandra L. Thompson as acting director of the Federal Housing Finance Agency (FHFA), effective immediately. Her statement reveals that a permanent director will be confirmed in December.

Regulation and Compliance
Jun 24, 2021
Supreme Court Gives Biden Full Control Over FHFA

The U.S. Supreme Court gave President Joe Biden the authority to remove the head of the Federal Housing Finance Agency (FHFA) while dismissing claims from shareholders of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac.

Industry News
Jun 23, 2021
Ocwen Financial To Acquire Reverse Mortgage Servicing Platform

Ocwen Financial Corporation's wholly-owned subsidiary, PHH Mortgage Corporation will acquire RMS' reverse mortgage servicing platform.

Industry News
Jun 18, 2021
UniteCT Emergency Rental Assistance Succeeds

Thanks to the successful launch of the UniteCT program, emergency rental assistance funds are helping Connecticut residents maintain housing.

Industry News
Jun 17, 2021
Angel Oak Mortgage Announces Initial Public Offering

Angel Oak Mortgage announced its initial public offering of 7,200,000 shares of its common stock at $19 per share.

Industry News
Jun 17, 2021
Mortgage Apps Rebound After Three Consecutive Weeks Of Declines

The Mortgage Bankers Association reported the first increase in mortgage applications after a three consecutive weeks on declines.

Industry News
Jun 17, 2021