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Julian Gray Named Black Knight Mortgage Market Leader

NationalMortgageProfessional.com
Jan 18, 2016
Julian Gray

The Data & Analytics division of Black Knight Financial Services Inc. announced the appointment of Julian Grey as its mortgage market leader. In this role, Grey will lead the division's strategy to help clients leverage Black Knight solutions across the entire mortgage and home equity loan lifecycle – from origination to servicing and default.

According to a statement released by the Jacksonville, Fla.-based company, Grey will support innovation and the enhancement of the company's mortgage and home price analytics solutions, including the Black Knight Home Price Index.

"Joining Black Knight Data & Analytics offers me a tremendous opportunity to help lenders and servicers make more informed decisions and address business challenges by leveraging our division's massive data and insightful analytics, combined with our company's comprehensive and integrated technology and distribution channels," Grey said.

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