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Inlanta Mortgage Names Catherine Burgoyne New VP of Compliance

Jun 03, 2013

Catherine Burgoyne joins Inlanta Mortgage as vice president of compliance. Burgoyne has broad-based experience in the real estate market, having worked with banks, title companies, mortgage brokers, real estate agents, as well as sellers and buyers of real estate. Prior to joining Inlanta, she was in private practice with an emphasis on real estate law. “Inlanta Mortgage has a well-run organization and proven track record," Burgoyne said. "I look forward to reviewing and drafting compliant policies and procedures that will work within Inlanta and contribute to its future success.” She will be assisting the senior management team in ensuring that day-to-day operations are conducted in compliance with legal and regulatory requirements. She will be monitoring federal and multi-state compliance issues that impact Inlanta’s mortgage business. Burgoyne will also oversee federal and state regulatory reporting requirements and manage the state licensing processes and renewals. In addition to Burgoyne, Inlanta also added several other employees in the past month. Loan Officer Tony Salerno joined the Oak Brook, Ill. branch and Loan Officer Aubra Steffes was added to the Hales Corners, Wis. office. The Janesville branch hired Junior Processor Tracy Buhrow, the Inlanta corporate office added Brad Karas to the central processing department as a processor and Jordan Leonhard was promoted to loan officer assistant in the Marshfield, Wis office.
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