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Deephaven Mortgage Hires SVP Of Client Development

Navi Persaud
Mar 31, 2021
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Photo of Shelly GriffinDeephaven Mortgage hired Shelly Griffin as the company's senior vice president of client development. In her new role, Griffin will strive to help Deephaven’s correspondent partners improve loan volume and borrower satisfaction by making it easy and efficient to originate non-agency products, according to a press release.

She brings 20 years of mortgage industry experience to her role, including secondary marketing, operations, training, underwriting and sales. Previously, she served as vice president of Client Development and Director of Client Risk Management at Deephaven.

“Shelly embodies Deephaven’s vision of an evolving mortgage industry, aligning itself to a broad range of homebuyers, from first-time purchasers to investors and entrepreneurs,” said John Keratsis, CEO and president.

“Deephaven’s ability to provide a diverse range of products and price points through multiple delivery channels gives correspondents an advantage in their markets,” said Griffin.

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