Tuesday, September 14, 2010

Tim Anderson leaves SigniaDocs

Tim Anderson, president of SigniaDocs, Houston, will be leaving the company to take a position at Lender Processing Services (LPS), Jacksonville, Fla., according to an e-mail he sent to certain contacts today.

Anderson said his new job will involve creating "a department and initiative" but said he was not at liberty to provide additional details at this time.

Anderson joined SigniaDocs in January of 2008. He was formerly vice president of eMortgage services for Stewart Lender Services, executive vice president at Dexma and a vice president at Freddie Mac. He has long been a proponent of electronic lending and is a regular on the industry's conference circuit.

"Suffice to say, I look back at the accomplishments we achieved at SigniaDocs in creating a complete, legally compliant electronic document and eMortgage solution for the industry and know, based on the people we hired and initiatives they are pursuing, they will continue to thrive and be successful," Anderson wrote in his e-mail.

Anderson did not say in his message when he would start at LPS, but his LinkedIn profile has already been updated with the new position. Anderson did say the new opportunity was "one that I could not pass up."

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