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Matthew Locke Joins Stonegate Mortgage as SVP of Retail Lending

NationalMortgageProfessional.com
Jun 20, 2011

Stonegate Mortgage Corporation has announced that it has hired Matthew Locke as senior vice president of retail lending. Prior to joining Stonegate, Locke was president of retail lending for Pulaski Bank where he worked for 14 years. While at Pulaski, Locke grew origination volume to more than $2 billion per year, resulting in Pulaski being ranked number one in retail market share in the St. Louis and Kansas City markets. “Matt is a proven leader in retail lending in the Midwest,” said Steve Landes, EVP of Stonegate Mortgage Corporation. “He is well-known and respected amongst his peers and the industry and will be a valuable asset as we execute on our aggressive growth plans. Stonegate is currently looking at several retail acquisitions throughout the Midwest, and we intend to grow our market share behind Matt’s leadership.”  
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