LDWholesale Adds Two New AEs in the New England Area

LDWholesale Adds Two New AEs in the New England Area

July 23, 2015
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LDWholesale, a division of loanDepot LLC, has announced the addition of two new account executives, Giovanna Coviello and David McEntee.

Coviello (pictured right) was named account executive at LDWholesale, and will be managing the Connecticut market. With more than 25 years in the mortgage industry, Coviello has a broad knowledge of wholesale, retail and correspondent lending channels. Prior to joining LDWholesale, Coviello was an account manager at Arch Mortgage Insurance where she was responsible for introducing Arch MI into the New York market, in addition to developing relationships with correspondent lenders and community banks. Prior, to that, she worked at Sierra Pacific Mortgage, SunTrust Mortgage and Florida Capital Bank covering the Northeast.

“LDWholesale is willing to create a broad range of products for customers,” Coviello said. “They are not just doing the same thing everyone else is doing.”

McEntee (pictured left) was also named an account executive for LDWholesale, and brings with him more than 30 years of industry experience. He will manage the Massachusetts, New Hampshire and Rhode Island markets. A native of Huntington, N.Y., McEntee has held numerous leadership roles in the mortgage industry throughout his career. Before joining LDWholesale, McEntee was a loan advisor at Stonegate Mortgage, where he was responsible for originating, processing and closing residential mortgages. Prior to that, he owned and operated his own mortgage company, New England Mortgage Lenders, for seven years before transitioning into wholesale. There, he managed and grew the Northeast region as a vice president/branch manager for First Franklin, a subsidiary of Merrill Lynch.

In 2010, David returned to his origins as a licensed mortgage loan originator in the state of Massachusetts, with a special focus on first-time homebuyers, specialty financing and helping fellow veterans obtain the American Dream of homeownership.