MortgageDocs Hires Christian Redmond as new CEO
Irvine, California – April 16, 2013 – MortgageDocs, a national notary signing services company, has hired Christian Redmond as its new Chief Executive Officer. The appointment of Mr. Redmond, an established executive in the mortgage servicing industry, signals a renewed focus on growth and innovation for the national mobile notary company.
“We are delighted to welcome Mr. Redmond into his new role as Chief Executive Officer,” said Rudy Baldoni, CEO of Newport Investment Associates, a majority owner of MortgageDocs. “In his new role as CEO, Chris will be responsible for continuing to grow the MortgageDocs client base and further develop its industry-leading technology platform, SignSTAT. Chris’ position within the mortgage industry, his results-oriented approach, and his strategic thinking will play a pivotal role in extending MortgageDocs’ proven track record of innovation and quality that our clients have come to expect.”
Before this appointment, Mr. Redmond was Vice President of Business Development at The Walz Group, a document technology, compliance and services company, where he was responsible for sales strategy, sales execution and client management in the Mortgage vertical. During his seven-year tenure there, the company grew 5x and became the industry’s niche leader of such services. Chris holds a Masters Degree in Business Administration from the University of Southern California, Marshall School of Business and a Bachelors Degree in Marketing from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro.
“I am excited to lead the team at MortgageDocs through its next phase of development,” said Redmond. “MortgageDocs will focus on significantly expanding its client base, strengthening its core service offerings and increasing its industry presence.
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