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Brennan T. Holland Named Director of Legal and Regulatory Compliance for Lenders Compliance Group
Apr 08, 2014

Lenders Compliance Group Inc. (LCG) has announced that Brennan T. Holland has joined the firm as director of legal and regulatory compliance to offer mortgage risk management guidance to the mortgage industry. Holland will support the firm’s clients with their regulatory compliance needs. The addition of someone with Holland’s extensive experience to an existing team of subject matter experts in mortgage industry legal affairs will enhance LCG’s ability to provide a "best practices" approach to residential mortgage compliance. In addition to mortgage compliance expertise, LCG provides a suite of services to residential mortgage lenders, servicers and vendors in all areas of mortgage banking, such as loan audit analytics, research, regulatory compliance guidance, loan origination channel and product development, mortgage quality control, and due diligence reviews. “Brennan Holland is a uniquely experienced legal professional within the mortgage industry, having distinguished himself as both inside and outside counsel, and as a stalwart representative of his clients facing government scrutiny," said Jonathan Foxx, president and managing director of LCG. "His career of involvement in nearly all aspects of the mortgage industry has given him an exceptional perspective on how to establish and maintain the most effective compliance programs. Brennan is a true leader in our profession and he will be an invaluable asset to LCG’s clients.” "With all the changes that have occurred in the mortgage industry recently, I could not be more excited to join an organization like LCG," said Holland. "Jonathan Foxx truly understands that mortgage firms must have access to experienced, but also independent expert guidance. LCG offers compliance solutions for those who seek value, but refuse to compromise on the quality of their compliance programs.”
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