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Gabe Minton Joins MIOSMO Board of Directors
Jun 22, 2011

MISMO, the not-for-profit data standards subsidiary of the Mortgage Bankers Association (MBA), which develops data transfer protocols that span the entire residential and commercial real estate finance industry, has announced the appointment of Gabe Minton, senior vice president of information services at ServiceLink, to its Board of Directors. "Gabe will provide excellent leadership for MISMO as it drives the development of technology standards for both the residential and commercial real estate finance industries," said MBA Chairman Michael D. Berman, CMB. "We are fortunate to have Gabe on board to help guide MISMO's strategic vision and goals, to the benefit of the greater industry." In his current role at ServiceLink, Minton oversees software engineering, quality assurance, and business analysis services and facilitates the strategic execution of its products and services. He brings a 15-year portfolio of information systems experience, working with and creating software systems, products and standards. He has held the executive positions of chief ctrategy officer for Motivity Solutions Inc., chief operating officer for Mortgage Cadence, chief technology officer and VP of standards and alliances with Ultraprise Corporation. Prior to his role at Mortgage Cadence, Minton was vic presidentof industry technology at the MBA where he pioneered the establishment of technology standards for the mortgage industry through MISMO. The MISMO Board of Directors represents a cross-section of the real estate finance industry that manages and directs MISMO's business and affairs. The MISMO board consists of three representatives from the residential mortgage industry and three representatives from the commercial mortgage industry that serve for staggered two-year terms. MBA, as the parent corporation of MISMO, retains a permanent seat on the MISMO Board of Directors. The Residential and Commercial Governance Committees report to the Board of Directors through two ex officio (non-voting) representatives, one from each of the Committees.
Jun 22, 2011
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