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Norcom Announces Promotions and New Chief Compliance Attorney

NationalMortgageProfessional.com
Jan 16, 2013

Norcom Mortgage has announced the promotions of Ryan Kelly and Josh Gillooly to the positions of marketing manager and corporate recruitment officer, respectively. “Norcom is focused on delivering innovative solutions to meet our customers’ diverse needs. Fostering an environment that encourages professional growth and development and engages our people is critical to achieving that goel,” said Norcom President Phil Defronzo. “It’s simple,” Defronzo said, “talented people produce great results. By developing our talent, we’re able to grow our business and be successful. Ryan has proven to be a great asset for the company. He’s creative, responsive and customer-focused. [Gillooly] has been a great asset to our Insurance Department. He will be a great fit as our corporate recruitment officer and I look forward to witnessing his success in the new role.” Ryan joined Norcom Mortgage as an intern and was hired as marketing coordinator upon graduating from Central Connecticut State University. After 15 years in the banking industry, Josh joined Norcom in June of 2010 as an account executive in the insurance department. Norcom Mortgage, has also announced the addition of Jeremy Potter as chief compliance attorney where he will handle the firm's federal and state regulatory and compliance requirements. Potter is chair the Consumer Finance Protection Bureau committee, oversees the internal compliance practice, compliance with recent Dodd-Frank Act rules and maintains all state licensing requirements. In addition, Potter represents Norcom on several industry tasks forces and association committees including the Mortgage Bankers Association’s Regulatory Compliance Committee and two Dodd-Frank related task forces. Potter joins Norcom with experience in the government contracting community serving as a market analyst in the metro D.C. area for regulatory and policy issues at the market research firm INPUT Inc. While with INPUT, Potter published several industry reports, hosted presentations, appeared on a bi-weekly radio show on Federal News Radio and authored posts on an industry blog. Potter graduated from the University of Connecticut School of Law. He joins Norcom after internships in the Connecticut Attorney General’s Office, Connecticut General Assembly and with Wiggin and Dana LLP in Hartford, Conn. He also has a BA in political science from the University of Mary Washington in Fredericksburg, Va. where he graduated cum laude with honors.