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Homepoint Hires A New Chief Audit Executive

Navi Persaud
Apr 14, 2021
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Homepoint named Noelle Lipscomb as the company's chief audit executive. In her new role, Lipscomb will provide leadership and guidance to Homepoint's risk-based internal auditing function, overseeing the review, monitoring and evaluation of the company's financial, operational and compliance internal controls, according to a press release.

"Noelle's understanding of the mortgage space will be instrumental in advising Homepoint on risk management and providing insight into our business operations and processes as our company continues to expand as a public entity and rapidly evolve as a leading mortgage originator and servicer," said Willie Newman, president and CEO of Homepoint.

Homepoint's executive leadership team averages more than 20 years of mortgage and financial services industry experience across the board. Lipscomb brings more than 20 years of accounting and audit experience to Homepoint, most recently serving in senior audit roles at Fannie Mae for nearly 17 years.

"Homepoint is still a relatively new company in the wholesale lending space, and as I've learned more about the company in recent years, I was really drawn to the company's outstanding leadership team and its mission to truly support its customers, partners and associates," said Lipscomb.

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