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Jim Sadler Joins Mortgage Due Diligence Specialist Alonhill
Jun 29, 2011

Allonhill, an independent third-party review firm specializing in mortgage due diligence and credit risk management, has announced that Jim Sadler joined the firm as managing director of business process management and analytics. Sadler will be charged with refining Allonhill’s business processes and operational strategy. He will develop custom analytics to measure and report the company’s performance and help implement a new client-facing implementation team. “Jim’s experience developing operational processes for high-growth companies will be instrumental in taking Allonhill to the next level in advanced process management to ensure efficient, effective and high-quality results for our clients,” said Allonhill Chief Executive Officer and Founder Sue Allon. “As we continue to grow, our focus remains on superior results and client service.” Sadler brings more than 20 years of operational risk management, process management and financial modeling experience to Allonhill’s team. Most recently, Sadler served as director of risk and analytics at Teletech Loan Services, where he developed financial forecasts, budgets, revenue projections, capacity and staffing models, and quality control plans.
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