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Lenders Compliance Group Adds HR Compliance Director Kimberly Braman

NationalMortgageProfessional.com
May 02, 2017
Lenders Compliance Group (LCG) has announced that Kimberly A. Braman has joined the firm as director of Human Resources Compliance to offer human resources risk management guidance to the financial services industry

Lenders Compliance Group (LCG) has announced that Kimberly A. Braman has joined the firm as director of Human Resources Compliance to offer human resources risk management guidance to the financial services industry.
 
"Kimberly is a uniquely experienced human resources professional within the financial services sector, having distinguished herself as a human resources expert in both large and small organizations in multiple states,” said Jonathan Foxx, managing director of Lenders Compliance Group. "Her career has included human resources support in all aspects of the mortgage industry, which gives her an exceptional perspective on how to establish and maintain the most effective programs for human resources. Kimberly will be an invaluable asset to LCG's clients."
 
Braman has more than 20 years of diverse human resources experience, supporting clients in various financial services, including mortgage finance, lending and servicing. She has held senior management positions, where she supervised a team of HR professionals and provided broad and extensive human resources support to diverse clients in multiple states.
 
“The addition of human resources compliance is a natural addition to the suite of regulatory compliance services offered by LCG and supports its mission of providing full-service, compliance expertise,” said Braman. “I am thrilled to be joining a group of compliance experts in an organization like LCG, where I can make a difference by lending my expertise to our clients. Financial firms must have access to experienced, independent, expert guidance. LCG offers compliance solutions for those who seek value, but refuse to compromise on the quality of their compliance programs."

 
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