Former MBA Chairman David Kittle joins ComplianceEase

Former MBA Chairman David Kittle Joins ComplianceEase as Senior Vice President of Government & Industry Relations 04/12/2016 ComplianceEase Announces Updated RegulatorConnect Certification Process for Mortgage Tech Vendors

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ComplianceEase. technology for the financial services industry, promoted David Girling to CEO and president. He succeeds company co-founder and former CEO, John Vong, who remains chairman. Girling.

Former MBA Chair Kittle Named SVP of Government and Industry Relations for ComplianceEase. Kittle has previously served on the MBA Board of Directors. He also served as chairman of MBA’s political action committee (morpac) and was former vice chairman of MBA’s Residential Board of Governors. He was past president of the Kentucky Mortgage Bankers Association, and is a founding partner and vice chairman of The Mortgage Collaborative.

(VP of member and vendor services), and announced David G. Kittle, CMB, will serve as Vice Chairman of the Board and Debra Still will fill the role of Secretary of the Board. Both Kittle and Still are.

David is founding partner and vice-chairman of the Mortgage Collaborative, the nation’s premiere mortgage cooperative. David is past president of the Louisville and Kentucky Mortgage Bankers Association. He is the past chairman of MBA’s political action committee MORPAC and former vice chair of MBA’s residential board of governors.

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David Kittle, former chairman of the Mortgage bankers association (mba), has joined mortgage compliance technology firm ComplianceEase as senior vice president of government and industry relations. A veteran of the mortgage banking industry, Kittle was elected chairman of the MBA in 2009 and has previously served on the association’s board of directors.

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