ServiceLink has announced that Greg Whitworth has joined the company as executive vice president of servicing solutions. Greg will help develop the overall default and servicing business strategy where he will also focus on building a consulting practice and comprehensive technology solutions including ServiceLink's workflow and content management solution, Commerce Velocity. Greg brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to ServiceLink, having served as executive managing director of LPS Servicing Solutions where he held P&L responsibility for the overall mortgage servicing technology business lines, including the loan servicing platform, MSP and the enterprise workflow management tool, LPSDesktop.
"We are pleased to have Greg as part of ServiceLink's management team," said Jeff Coury, president and chief executive officer of ServiceLink. "Greg's extensive knowledge and experience in mortgage servicing and technology will add tremendous value to Commerce Velocity's already leading loss mitigation platform, as well as accelerate our development into a complete end-to-end default technology solution."
During his tenure with LPS, Whitworth also managed a series of default and data businesses, including Applied Analytics, Valuation Solutions and LPS Public Records. Prior to LPS's spin off from FIS, Greg spent seven years at Fidelity where he served in the default area managing foreclosure and bankruptcy operations, eventually working to develop the overall default business strategy including what is now known as the LPSDesktop. Greg began his mortgage servicing career with Ocwen Financial and First Union where he served in mortgage servicing operations, concentrating in default.
"I am tremendously excited to rejoin the Fidelity National Financial family of companies," said Whitworth. "I believe ServiceLink is uniquely positioned to help our valued clients navigate the significant political, regulatory and operational challenges facing the industry. I look forward to working with our clients to creatively address and manage these enterprise challenges."