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Chris Ledlie Appointed Caliber Home Loans' Regional VP of Greater Los Angeles
Jun 22, 2015

Caliber Home Loans Inc. has announced that Chris Ledlie has been promoted to regional vice president of the Greater Los Angeles region, where he will be responsible for helping Caliber expand its retail lending business within the Greater Los Angeles and Santa Barbara area.

"Chris is a 13-year veteran of the mortgage industry," said John Bianchi, EVP of National Retail Lending at Caliber. "His promotion into the regional vice president role further exemplifies the coming together of two great companies. In November, Caliber Home Loans acquired Cobalt Mortgage and Chris brings a strong leadership quality to our combined organization."

"I am thrilled to leverage the knowledge of the Caliber Leadership team with the tremendous tools, technology and diverse product suite that we offer," said Ledlie. "Delivering for our associates, customers and business partners is what drives our every decision.  Caliber Home Loans is positioned exceptionally well to further grow in this changing industry."

Ledlie has held numerous senior management positions in the mortgage industry throughout his career. Prior to joining Caliber, Ledlie served as a senior vice president at a large national bank where he helped grow and manage retail production throughout the state.

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