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MGIC’s Collection of Mortgage Industry Experts
Our mortgage speakers regularly provide customer audiences with insights and tips on a variety of industry topics that matter to you, free of charge.
MGIC Mortgage Speakers Bureau topics include sales, marketing and social media strategies, legislative updates, risk, mortgage industry trends, first-time homebuyers and Millennial demographics, economic overviews, claims and loss mitigation.
Below is a small sampling of some of our MGIC mortgage speakers.
EVP, National Sales
Jay joined MGIC in 1987 and is responsible for management of national sales teams and developing valued customer relationships.
Chief Executive Officer
Tim joined MGIC in 2006 and as Chief Executive Officer oversees the corporate direction and strategy for MGIC.
President and Chief Operating Officer
Sal joined MGIC in 1988 and is responsible for MGIC’s fulfillment operations, policy servicing, marketing, product development, corporate development and strategic planning.
EVP, Chief Financial Officer
Nathan joined MGIC in 2014 and as Chief Financial Officer he is currently responsible with overseeing the financial operations for MGIC.
VP, Product Development
Geoff has been in the mortgage industry for two decades and is currently tasked with building out product development strategies for MGIC.
Sr. VP, Government Relations
Sean joined MGIC in 2015 and leads government relations activities to help shape the discussion around housing policy issues impacting Private MI.
Sr. VP, Investor Relations
Mike joined MGIC in 1995 and is responsible for managing a comprehensive investor relations and corporate communications strategy for MGIC.
Robert J. Candelmo
Chief Information Officer
Bob joined MGIC in 2014 and is currently responsible for overseeing MGIC’s technology vision and strategy as well as leading the execution for infrastructure platforms, data and architecture practice.
VP, Marketing & Customer Experience
Margaret joined MGIC in 1984 and is responsible for developing and executing marketing strategies to support the field sales team and business partners.
VP, Operational Risk Management
Dave joined MGIC in 1988 and is currently responsible for managing the performance of MGIC’s flow primary mortgage insurance book.
Director, Marketing Programs
Vance joined MGIC in 1999 and is currently responsible for MGIC sales training efforts, marketing of programs and co-branding efforts.
Manager, Digital Strategy
Ben joined MGIC in 2014 and is currently tasked with leading corporate development and management of MGIC’s digital marketing and social media strategies.
Stephanie Budnik, AMP
Marketing Program Specialist
Stephanie joined MGIC in 2015 and is responsible for supporting the field sales team and introducing customers to MGIC tools and resources.
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