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New EVP at CWUSA

NationalMortgageProfessional.com
Oct 10, 2016
CWUSA

Tom Frunzi has been hired as executive vice president of corporate development at Pittsburgh-based Commonwealth USA Settlements LLC (CWUSA), a national title and settlement services provider.

In his new role, Frunzi will be charged with growing new business as well as supporting existing client relationships. He will also be responsible for the introduction of the company’s UNITE service, which is designed to help smaller settlement services firms struggling with the cost of growing lender and investor demands, such as third party certification services (including ALTA Best Practices or even SOC 2, Type 2 verification).  Before joining CWUSA, Frunzi was senior vice president of business development at PCN/Safe Escrow LLC in Pittsburgh.

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Oct 10, 2016
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