Paramount Residential Mortgage Group announced the recent expansion of their operations into the central United States, and the Midwest Region. The midwest territory will be headed up by the recent hiring of PRMG’s new regional manager, Brian Reynolds. Brian brings with him over 17 years of experience in the mortgage industry that includes leadership roles in both operations and sales. Brian has extensive industry experience in opening loan fulfillment offices in multiple locations throughout the country, and has been instrumental in growing production while being the director of operations at Fairway Independent Mortgage Corp, director of wholesale (central division) at Caliber Funding, and regional vice-president at First Magnus Financial. His background includes sales, origination, recruiting, and training support for the companies he has served.
In his new position as regional manager, Brian Reynolds will be responsible for recruiting and developing a strong presence in the midwest territory while overseeing a full service fulfillment operations center that will be underwriting and funding locally, including generating business in the states of Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Ohio, West Virginia, Missouri, Michigan, Wisconsin, Minnesota, and Iowa. Brian will be reporting directly to Ron Gapp, Divisional VP, and Herb Lewis, Divisional VP.
PRMG president and CEO, Paul Rozo, indicated both he and Robert Holliday, PRMG COO, are truly excited about the recent expansion into the central United States. “We are very confident that our new fulfillment center will position PRMG to handle a high volume of production while also providing superior levels of service to our customers.” Said Rozo.
“Furthermore,” Rozo continued. “As part of our global vision and strategic growth plan, the recent addition of the midwest region complimented by the previous acquisition of the New England office for the northeast region and Florida office for southeast region will keep us on course toward expanding our overall footprint across the country and ultimately position PRMG as a national player.”