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Former House Speaker Paul Ryan Joins CIS Advisory Board

Phil Hall
Feb 25, 2020
CIS Credit Solutions has named Paul Ryan, the former Speaker of the House of Representatives, to its newly formed advisory board

CIS Credit Solutions has named Paul Ryan, the former Speaker of the House of Representatives, to its newly formed advisory board.
 
Photo credit: US House Office of PhotographyRyan came to Congress in 1999 as a Republican legislator representing Wisconsin’s 1st Congressional District. He became Speaker in October 2015 following the resignation of John Boehner and held the position until his retirement in January 2019. In 2012, he was the Republican Party’s nominee for Vice President, running on a ticket headed by Mitt Romney.
 
“The housing industry is a pillar of the U.S. economy, and I look forward to working with CIS as we build a world-class provider of services to the mortgage industry,” said Ryan. “I believe there are tremendous opportunities to simplify the mortgage process for people buying and refinancing their homes. CIS is a leader in technology and services to the industry, and I am excited to partner with the CIS team and its clients to help US homebuyers and homeowners.”
 
Perry Steiner, chairman of Allamuchy, N.J.-based CIS Credit Solutions, said: “We are honored to have Speaker Ryan join the CIS Advisory Board. CIS is building a market leader in providing services to the mortgage industry, and Paul’s leadership and his knowledge of financial markets and the banking industry will be a tremendous asset as we grow the CIS platform.”


 
Published
Feb 25, 2020