The Mortgage Industry Standards Maintenance Organization, Inc. (MISMO), a not-for-profit subsidiary of the Mortgage Bankers Association (MBA), has elected its new Governance Committee. This is the group that's working to develops data transfer protocols that span the $11 trillion residential and commercial real estate finance industry and these are the people that are driving it. If you're working in mortgage technology--or you expect to be leveraging it effectively in the future--these are the people you should know.
The following people were re-elected to positions on MISMO's Governance Committee for the 2006-2007 term:
Dave Bodi, Co-Chief Operating Officer - Midland Loan Services, Inc./PNC Real Estate Finance, member - MBA BODTECH, and newly re-elected Chair - MISMO Commercial Steering Committee (Category: Commercial Primary Market Participant)
Joanne Denver, Managing Director - Babson Capital Management LLC (Category: Commercial Secondary Market Investor)
Paul Wills, Director of New Business Development - Equifax Information Services, LLC (Category: Credit Reporting)
David Barkley, Director of eCommerce Relations - Freddie Mac and Chair - MISMO Governance Committee (Category: Government-Sponsored Enterprise)
Adam Hall, Vice President - Indymac Bank and newly re-elected Vice Chair - MISMO Governance Committee (Category: Lender)
Todd Luhtanen, President - Dynatek Inc. (Category: Origination Technology)
Lisa Bolelli, Vice President/Senior Technology Officer - First American Real Estate Information Services, Inc and newly re-elected Vice Chair - MISMO Governance Committee (Category: Service Provider)
Craig Foote, Enterprise Information Architect - Fidelity Information Services, a Division of Fidelity National Financial (Category: Servicing Technology)
Tim Anderson, Executive Vice President - Dexma, Inc. (Category: Technology Vendor)
And newly elected to the MISMO Governance Committee is Chip Register, Chief Information Officer - NetBank, Inc. (Category: Lender).
The Governance Committee consists of 20 MISMO subscriber organizations that serve two-year terms, with half the seats up for election each year.