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Joyce Wilkins Pollison Promoted to Executive Director of Lenders Compliance Group

NationalMortgageProfessional.com
Dec 12, 2018
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Lenders Compliance Group (LCG) has announced that Joyce Wilkins Pollison has been appointed to the position of Executive Director. Pollison will also retain her position as Director of Legal and Regulatory Compliance.
Lenders Compliance Group (LCG) has announced that Joyce Wilkins Pollison has been appointed to the position of Executive Director
 
Pollison has more than 20 years of diverse legal experience counseling clients on all aspects of financing and mortgage compliance. She advises numerous mortgage lenders and Mortgage Brokers on state and federal regulatory and compliance matters, and she is a frequent contributor to industry publications' compliance FAQs. She received her Bachelor of Arts Degree from Douglass College, Rutgers University and received her Juris Doctor Degree from Boston University School of Law.
 
"For many years, Joyce has provided our clients reliable compliance support on applicable federal and state banking laws and regulations,” said Jonathan Foxx, LCG Chairman and Managing Director. “Indeed, she has particular expertise in identifying regulatory risks as well as developing, reviewing, and editing procedures and policies to assure regulatory compliance. In addition to her role as Director of Legal and Regulatory Compliance, Joyce has demonstrated substantial leadership and served as Team Leader for LCG's monthly clients."
 
In 2018, LCG's growth increased for its 12th consecutive year. This continuing growth has strengthened the need for enhanced executive management. Pollison will have oversight of LCG's monthly clients, projects, regulatory tune-up's, audits, risk assessments, research and team assignments, webinars, educational venues, conferences and convention exhibitions.
 
"I am excited to continue to work with our clients in this new capacity. The mortgage industry is ever-changing, always presenting new challenges,” said Pollison. “I am committed to providing regulatory guidance to help our clients navigate these new challenges. As Executive Director, I also look forward to overseeing client engagements and working closely with Jonathan in ensuring that LCG offers practical, effective compliance management solutions for industry participants."
 
Recently, Ms. Pollison was recognized as a recipient of the honor of Mortgage Banking's Most Powerful Women 2018 by National Mortgage Professional Magazine.


 
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