U.S. Bank has named Rick Aneshansel president of U.S. Bank Home Mortgage, succeeding Dan Arrigoni who will retire June 30 after 42 years in the mortgage business. Aneshansel has worked in the mortgage industry for 31 years. He was previously chief financial officer for U.S. Bank Home Mortgage, where he has been since 1995. Prior to joining U.S. Bank, Aneshansel worked for Metmor Financial, in Overland, Kan., and prior to that, Sunbelt National Mortgage Corporation in Dallas. Aneshansel serves on the Financial Services Roundtable Housing Policy Executive Council and the Fannie Mae Single-Family National Customer Advisory Board.
Arrigoni has led the mortgage company for U.S. Bank and its predecessor companies since January 1996, following a merger with Investors Bank. Prior to his U.S. Bank career, Arrigoni was president of the north central region of Margaretten, now Chase Mortgage, which had purchased the company he founded, North American Mortgage, in 1984.
“Dan Arrigoni is highly regarded in the mortgage industry, and U.S. Bank has grown a stellar reputation among mortgage lenders thanks in large part to Dan’s leadership and the team he has built at U.S. Bank Home Mortgage,” said Kent Stone, vice chairman of consumer banking sales and support at U.S. Bank. “Rick has been a key member of that team. His experience and deep understanding of the mortgage industry will pave the way for continued success as the mortgage business continues to grow.”