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WFG National Title Insurance Taps Deborah Everett as SVP of Compliance and Licensing

NationalMortgageProfessional.com
May 16, 2013

WFG National Title Insurance Company has named Deborah Everett as senior vice president, compliance and licensing. WFG National Title is a full service provider of title insurance and real estate settlement services for lender, commercial and residential transactions nationwide. Everett will be charged with ensuring that WFG National Title maintains full compliance with state mandated licensing and registration necessary to conduct title, settlement and appraisal management business at the state level.  She will also develop comprehensive audit programs to address the new and evolving regulatory requirements at both the federal and state levels. Everett will manage a comprehensive licensing database for all lines of business in the company as well. “Compliance has become one of the top priorities for the mortgage and settlement services industry, and WFG is leading the charge to stay on top of the many changes in the regulatory framework,” said Donald O’Neill, chief compliance officer for WFG National Title. “Deborah will be a resource not only to WFG, but to our clients and partners as well.  Her distinguished background only begins to convey her extensive understanding of the major compliance issues and, more important, her drive to serve her clients.” Everett comes to WFG National Title with twenty-six years experience in the real estate and lending industries. She has served as director of title Underwriting, Risk and Compliance with Premium Title Insurance Company.  She was also senior vice president and Counsel for one of the nation’s largest underwriters; chief compliance officer with another of the nation’s largest underwriters, and vice president and general counsel for a regional bank in Texas.  Prior to working in the title insurance industry, Everett was an attorney in private practice focusing on real estate, probate and contracts.  
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