Clayton Holdings Hires EVP of Sales & Marketing

first_img Servicers Navigate the Post-Pandemic World 2 days ago About Author: Xhevrije West Demand Propels Home Prices Upward 2 days ago Previous: ‘Too Big to Fail’ is in Fed’s Crosshairs Next: Foreclosure Sales Are Way Down—But So Are Solutions Tagged with: Clayton Holdings Governmental Measures Target Expanded Access to Affordable Housing 2 days ago Mark HughesClayton Holdings LLC, recently announced the hiring of Mark Hughes as EVP of sales and marketing. The company provides of loan due diligence, surveillance, REO management, and consulting services to the mortgage industry.Hughes will oversee the sales, business development, and marketing for Clayton and its subsidiaries, which include Green River Capital, Red Bell Real Estate, ValuAmerica, and Clayton Euro Risk.According to Clayton Holdings, Hughes has more than 25 years of experience in operational and business development within financial services.“Mark’s dynamic background—with deep experience on both the sales and operational sides of the business—make him a fantastic fit to lead Clayton’s sales and marketing efforts,” said Joseph D’Urso, president of Clayton. “He has an excellent reputation within the securities and lending communities and is recognized as a thought leader in due diligence and private-label securitization.”Prior to his new role, he served as LenderLive’s president of the due diligence division, which provides a broad range of diligence and underwriting services to lenders and investors. Before LenderLive, Hughes was VP of due diligence solutions at CoreLogic.In addition, Hughes spent nine years with the Bohan Group, where he ended up becoming president and COO. He also was a VP at Salomon Brothers, which is now Citigroup. Data Provider Black Knight to Acquire Top of Mind 2 days ago Governmental Measures Target Expanded Access to Affordable Housing 2 days ago The Week Ahead: Nearing the Forbearance Exit 2 days ago  Print This Post Xhevrije West is a talented writer and editor based in Dallas, Texas. She has worked for a number of publications including The Syracuse New Times, Dallas Flow Magazine, and Bellwethr Magazine. She completed her Bachelors at Alcorn State University and went on to complete her Masters at Syracuse University. Sign up for DS News Daily Clayton Holdings Hires EVP of Sales & Marketingcenter_img Related Articles The Best Markets For Residential Property Investors 2 days ago Clayton Holdings 2015-11-30 Brian Honea The Best Markets For Residential Property Investors 2 days ago in Featured, News Servicers Navigate the Post-Pandemic World 2 days ago Home / Featured / Clayton Holdings Hires EVP of Sales & Marketing Demand Propels Home Prices Upward 2 days ago Share Save Is Rise in Forbearance Volume Cause for Concern? 2 days ago November 30, 2015 1,199 Views Subscribelast_img read more

Holly Bowling Breathes New Life Into The Music Of The Grateful Dead

first_imgExploring the essence of the Grateful Dead‘s musical legacy on her new album, Better Left Unsung, classical pianist Holly Bowling finds fresh ways to share the spirit of the beloved band. Merging the timeless sound of piano with the music of modern masters is much trodden ground, but Bowling infuses enough of herself in each re-imagining to make the results able to stand on their own. Bowling’s choice of subject matter, music from jam band icons like the Dead, presents some unique challenges that she seems to embrace.The task she has set for herself is a high wire one, to be certain. Rabid fan bases cast a wary eye on any attempts to recreate the music of their idols, and there are few more dedicated than “Deadheads.” Luckily for Bowling, though her task was difficult, the structure of the songs themselves seem tailor made to her endeavor. Opening with the perfectly paired “Help On The Way > Slipknot!,” the first thing listeners notice is the drama added thanks to the reduction of sound. Stark key strokes ring out heavily, relying on the Dead’s propensity to link lyrical thrust to melody. The result is a take that strikes new chords emotionally without losing what made the originals so well received.While there are seemingly countless cover acts remaking the music of the Dead on stages across America nightly, few are saying anything new. The Dead relied greatly on improvisation, though over the years certain patterns started to occur in live renditions, and most bands focus on that aspect of their sound. Bowling honors all eras with the same mix of imagination, love of the material and bravado that sets her apart. In her skilled hands, “Franklin’s Tower” gains a saloon worthy, barrel roll feel. “Unbroken Chain” arcs to the heavens with a swirling ascension that is practically biblical. Even the island tinged “Crazy Fingers” finds new respect as a sparse and captivating single line transformation.Bowling isn’t one to shy away from the more elaborate pieces as well. Album exclusive versions of “Terrapin Station (Suite)” and “Dark Star” see her at her finest, both in actual playing and in the area of scoring. The heavy structures and distinct sections of those epic tracks give Bowling a prime opportunity to wed her classical sensibilities to the various moving pieces. Her strident stokes ring with authority while her deft pedal control give her an almost vibrato feel to her arsenal. That range is most useful when needing to contrast the harshness of her instrument with some of the more lilting passages of the original works.It’s no mean feat to not just a single revered musician but an entire band whose catalog is burned into the hearts and souls of two generations of music fans. Both this album and her previous work, Distillation Of A Dream, where she tackled the works of Phish, shows that Holly Bowling is an artist without fear. That confidence seems to have set her free to chase nigh impossible dreams and make them truly worthwhile musical realities.As the inspired tracks on Better Left Unsung show, Bowling is an artist who manages to hear the actual soul of a song while at the same time evolving it into something fresh for the next generation. With his predilection for covering the work of others himself, it is safe to say that Jerry would be proud to hear his works receiving the same reverential treatment.last_img read more

NegOcc reports 3rd suspected nCoV case

first_imgFamiliaran, meanwhile, said he ishoping the number of PUIs for nCoV will no longer climb. BACOLOD City – The City Health Officehere urged the public to disclose travel information and report to healthauthorities if they have signs and symptoms associated with the novelcoronavirus acute respiratory disease (2019-nCoV). Vice Mayor El Cid Familiaran, who alsochairs the task force, said the three patients include 43-year-old Canadiannational; a 12-year-old Filipino boy who traveled previously from Macau andHong Kong; and a 58-year-old Filipina overseas Filipino Worker (OFW) who alsorecently arrived from Hong Kong. The vice mayor urged the public not topanic, and advised OFWs who have recently arrived home to coordinate with theirlocal barangay. The three are on quarantine at theCorazon Locsin Montelibano Memorial Regional Hospital (CLMMRH).center_img Familiaran also confirmed that samplesfrom all three patients have been taken and they are waiting for the resultsfrom the Research Institute for Tropical Medicine, which should be releasedanytime this week./PN Dr. Grace Tan, spokesperson of thecity’s inter-agency task force against the virus, made this call after thenumber of patients under investigation (PUIs) for suspected 2019-nCoV infectionhas increased to three. Information also obtained by membersof the media report that the Canadian national first sought treatment at aprivate hospital in this city, but was later referred to the CLMMRH.last_img read more