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Genworth Mortgage Holdings Rebrands To Enact Holdings, Inc.

May 26, 2021
Enact rebrand logo.

Enact Holdings, a provider of private mortgage holdings, introduces itself with a new brand and visual identity. This includes the launch of a new website,, which represents the company’s goal for a proactive and responsive approach to their customers, according to a press release.

Formerly known as Genworth Mortgage Holdings, Inc., Enact is still a wholly-owned operating subsidiary of Genworth Financial, Inc. The company decided to rebrand after operating for 40 years, successfully navigating the housing market cycles and shifts in financial industries. The Enact group will now build on this legacy by providing tailored solutions and insightful expertise to over 1,800 mortgage insurance customers.

“Our new name, Enact, represents our commitment to action and concrete results, which is demonstrated by our track record of strong performance,” said president and CEO of Enact, Rohit Gupta.

“This rebrand is an exciting new journey for us, and while our name and visual identity has changed, what will not change is our commitment to our customers and to our mission: helping people buy houses and stay in their homes,” Gupta added.

Click here to learn more about the rebrand.

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