has announced that David Tiberio and George Schultz have joined the company as vice presidents of National Sales for the company’s LenderLive Settlement Services line of business. In this role, both Tiberio and Schultz will be responsible for developing new client relationships and supporting existing ones for the business line. They will both directly report to Larry Hudnall, executive vice president of Settlement Services.
Schultz (pictured right) brings more than two decades of mortgage industry experience to LenderLive. Prior to joining the company, he was vice president of Business Development and Client Management for Kensington Vanguard National Land Title, where he was responsible for building out national client lists to help diversify the company’s clientele to include developers, builders, attorneys, Realtors, lenders, private equity funds, REITs and investors. Previously, he spent 20 years with Title Resource Group (a Realogy Company) with roles in sales, vendor management and client management, and most recently, as vice president of National Operations, where he was responsible for client expectations, contracts, profitability and the global execution of company goals for Fortune 100 investment and retail banking clients.
Tiberio (pictured left) has more than 25 years of experience in the financial services, mortgage and real estate industries. Throughout the course of his career, Tiberio held a series of senior positions at large national mortgage companies and title agencies, such as First American Title Insurance Company and Bank of America (BOA). During his time at First American, his responsibilities included business development and selling title and settlement services for loss mitigation through REO stages of default management, asset management, technology solutions and valuations. Prior to First American, David spent 10 years with Bank of America in Finance and Mortgage Servicing Operations, where he managed the disposition of BOA’s REO inventory. Earlier in his career at BOA, he was an operations support manager for mortgage fulfillment.
“We know our clients are always looking for ways to increase efficiencies in their workflows to reduce costs, errors and risk, which is why we are dedicated to investing in expert talent, such as George and David. Their combined business development and client relations skills enable them to provide a superior customer experience,” said Hudnall. “I’m confident they will be valuable additions to the Settlement Services team and LenderLive as a whole.”