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PRMI Promotes Swope to VP of Secondary Marketing
Jul 09, 2014

Primary Residential Mortgage, Inc. (PRMI) promoted A.J. Swope to senior vice president of secondary marketing. In this new role, Swope will be responsible for leading secondary marketing, capital markets, program administration and business technology teams. “A.J. has applied his talents to PRMI for the past six years, and from the very beginning he has demonstrated a deep level of commitment and outstanding leadership skills,” said Dave Zitting, president and CEO of PRMI. “I am looking forward to working with him in this new role, and am confident his leadership will continue to be an asset to PRMI and to our customers.” Swope previously served as V.P. of Secondary Marketing at PRMI, where he focused on data quality, cost reduction strategies and enhancing the overall customer experience. Prior to working with PRMI, Swope served as product manager for the DataTrac program and pricing suite at DelMar Database; assistant secondary manager with New Century Mortgage; pricing specialist at Crossland Mortgage Corp.; secondary marketing supervisor with FirstPlus Freedom Mortgage; and as a secondary marketing analyst with CMG Funding Corporation.
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