Gateway Mortgage Group Hires Steven Patrick

first_img Data Provider Black Knight to Acquire Top of Mind 2 days ago Servicers Navigate the Post-Pandemic World 2 days ago Gateway Mortgage Group Hires Steven Patrick Home / Featured / Gateway Mortgage Group Hires Steven Patrick December 13, 2018 1,735 Views Sign up for DS News Daily  Print This Post Share Save Servicers Navigate the Post-Pandemic World 2 days ago Gateway Mortgage Group, headquartered in Oklahoma, announced Steven Patrick, as its new Chief Risk Officer. In this role, Patrick will provide executive oversight to the company’s credit and risk management teams. His responsibilities will span all efforts in enterprise risk management, compliance, and quantitative analytics.“Steve has a tremendous amount of experience in mortgage finance, credit, and risk arena,” said Stephen Curry, CEO of Gateway. “He brings a deep understanding of enterprise-level risk management to this role and understands its importance to a company’s overall health and growth. We are happy to welcome Steve into the Gateway family, and we know he will be a valuable addition to the executive leadership team.”Most recently, Patrick was Managing Director with Everett Advisory Partners where he counseled clients on implementing risk-reducing strategies, capital raises and solutions to complex funding problems. Prior to Everett Advisory Partners, he held many different roles with Federal Home Loan Bank of Chicago. Patrick was involved in a variety of initiatives, where he developed strategies to mitigate risk while building the mortgage program, which purchased mortgage loans in secondary markets; he also advised banks on liquidity strategies. He has worked extensively in the financial services industry since 1987, starting at Merrill Lynch before moving to Bank of America. He is a graduate of Carleton College and received his MBA from The University of Chicago Booth School of Business.“I am grateful for the opportunity to work for such a great company,” said Patrick. “The team members have made the transition easy, and I look forward to being a part of the very bright future at Gateway.” Governmental Measures Target Expanded Access to Affordable Housing 2 days ago Donna Joseph is a Dallas-based writer who covers technology, HR best practices, and a mix of lifestyle topics. She is a seasoned PR professional with an extensive background in content creation and corporate communications. Joseph holds a B.A. in Sociology and M.A. in Mass Communication, both from the University of Bangalore, India. She is currently working on two books, both dealing with women-centric issues prevalent in oppressive as well as progressive societies. She can be reached at [email protected] Related Articles Subscribecenter_img The Best Markets For Residential Property Investors 2 days ago The Week Ahead: Nearing the Forbearance Exit 2 days ago Data Provider Black Knight to Acquire Top of Mind 2 days ago About Author: Donna Joseph Bank of America Everett Advisory Partners Federal Home Loan Bank of Chicago Gateway Mortgage Group Merrill Lynch Stephen Curry Steven Patrick 2018-12-13 Donna Joseph Tagged with: Bank of America Everett Advisory Partners Federal Home Loan Bank of Chicago Gateway Mortgage Group Merrill Lynch Stephen Curry Steven Patrick Previous: Beth Davis Joins SingleSource Property Solutions Next: Expectations for the Housing Market Demand Propels Home Prices Upward 2 days ago in Featured, Headlines, News Governmental Measures Target Expanded Access to Affordable Housing 2 days ago The Best Markets For Residential Property Investors 2 days ago Demand Propels Home Prices Upward 2 days agolast_img read more

Transmitting the right message

first_imgBill Tolmie, 41, talks about how he is creating a career path for staff atmobile airtime service provider Singlepoint where he is head of training anddevelopmentWhat does your role involve? The delivery of a strategic training and development service to all businessareas. What is the best thing about this job? Exceptional business-wide support for our evolving culture of learning anddevelopment, against the downside that we all recognise in training, and that’sthe very challenging task of meeting business service level objectives, whileallowing people to attend training. What is your current major training project or strategic push? We have two key initiatives. We have recently launched a comprehensive NVQprogramme in a range of standard occupational classification areas, at levels2-4. We recently gave level 2 customer care awards to more than 40 advisers. More than 300 more staff are either awaiting induction or are on trainingprogrammes. These people are a combination of NVQ and MA delegates on courseswhich cover customer care, business administration, sales, and training anddevelopment. We have just agreed new contractual terms with the National SkillsCouncil and things are moving at pace towards meeting our profile targets forthe number of people we sign up every month in the under-25s and over-25s agegroups. Our initial findings suggest the NVQ programmes are excellent contributorsto staff retention and satisfaction. We have also piloted a career progression scheme – the Pathways Programme –which will be launched in all operational areas of the business by the end ofMarch. This initiative allows advisers who join the company to set out on a clearlydefined path through five mapped phases. Each phase has its own identity, aclear series of training and development activities, and a series of coachingand work-based experiences. This journey of growth and progression isunderpinned at every stage with a relevant national qualification – rangingfrom Level 2 NVQ up to MBA level achievement. What was your best career decision? To leave engineering and join ‘personnel and safety’ as it was back in theearly 1980s. What attracted you to training and development? A less-than-subtle review, which clearly positioned my engineeringcapability and a back-handed compliment in the same meeting which suggested Iwas better with people than machines – by some long way apparently. Someone hadspotted that I spent more time helping the junior apprentices than I didsorting out my own mess. How do you think that your job will have changed in five years’ time? The role will become much more aligned to organisational developmentprojects and company-wide ‘culture’ initiatives and change programmes which arefocused on ‘the way we do business’. We will be more focused on behaviouraldevelopment, rather than pure skills development. What are your least favourite buzzwords? I don’t like any buzzwords. I dislike ‘intellectual horsepower’ and‘competencies’ or anything connected with them. If you could have any job in the world what would it be? Golfer – or any highly paid sports role. What is your motto? Plan for what you know as facts – don’t beat yourself up about what mightbe. And remember, it’s only a job, not life itself. Comments are closed. Previous Article Next Article Transmitting the right messageOn 1 Mar 2004 in Personnel Today Related posts:No related photos.last_img read more

The MONTHLY SCOOP ON THE ARTS IN COMMUNITIES

first_imgInspiration from InstagramIndiana is home to ten arts and culture hot spots! Follow these Instagram accounts for creative inspiration.Arts Village Brown CountyBloomington Entertainment and Arts District (BEAD)Carmel Arts and Design DistrictColumbus Area Arts CouncilMadison Area Arts AllianceNickel Plate District, FishersNickel Plate Arts, NoblesvilleNoCo Arts and Cultural DistrictWabash Valley Art SpacesTippecanoe Arts Federation Learn how Decay Devils has been able to get a Rust Belt city interested in historical preservation for the first time in 40 years at the Indiana Arts Homecoming conference this October in Indianapolis.A few years ago, the City of Gary sold the Union Station building for $10 to Decay Devils “who have cleaned the outside and have plans to haul away the garbage and put windows back in. Perhaps it could become a restaurant. Or a museum. Most of all, they say, it could serve as a sign that this city, which has lost more than half its population and struggles with violence and blight, is heading toward a long-awaited rebound.” (Mitch Smith, New York Times) Andrea LedbetterPresenting will be one of the organization’s founding members, Andrea Ledbetter. In addition to her work with Decay Devils, Andrea is a photographer, writer, researcher, and registered nurse.Space is limited so grab your ticket for the Indiana Arts Homecoming (October 24-25, 2019) and secure your spot to get connected with this incredible group! Instagram screenshots from featured accounts Five Stories You Don’t Want to MissHow one rural community leveraged the arts to renew its economyArtwork created in El Paso to help the community healLearning the racial geography of Indiana as a young Black girl in the 1980s18 times Toni Morrison spoke to our soulsThe power and possibility of Dayton’s Oregon District Putnam County Mural Project Site from CreatINg PlacesPutnam County Mural Project Site from CreatINg Places Sending all the creative vibes your way,Bridget EckertDirector of Marketing and CommunicationsIndiana Arts [email protected]center_img Members of Ohio-based band Mo’ Mojo perform at The Purple Fiddle. Photo from The Purple Fiddle.Ohio-based band Mo’ Mojo perform at The Purple Fiddle in West Virginia. Photo from The Purple Fiddle. People landscaping under an bypass Bridget Eckert Friends Tell Friends About FundingWe’re here for a good alliteration and sharing funding opportunities to help bring the arts to communities across our state. Take a look at these opportunities.Arts in the Parks and Historic Sites for site specific project supportCreatINg Places crowdfunding for community improvements and projectsRural Indiana Performance Fund for community concerts / performancesHistoric Renovation Grant Program for facade faceliftsINcommon grants support community gatherings to talk about tough topics FacebookTwitterCopy LinkEmailSharelast_img read more

‘Taking babies at birth’ being considered

first_img3 News 6 June 2012The Government is considering the introduction of court orders allowing babies to be removed from parents at birth if they’ve previously abused or killed a child.Social Development Minister Paula Bennett says that’s one of the options cabinet is considering as it looks for ways to tackle child abuse, Radio New Zealand reports.Ms Bennett says that last year 148 children were removed from a parent within days of being born because of concerns about their safety.Extended court powers would mean judges could tell parents that if they had any more children, they would be removed at birth.Thresholds for courts orders could be convictions for murder, or serious abuse or neglect of a child.http://www.3news.co.nz/Taking-babies-at-birth-being-considered/tabid/1607/articleID/256853/Default.aspxDog abusers banned from owning animalsA man has been banned from owning an animal for 10 years for keeping an elderly dog in such poor condition it died within minutes of SPCA intervention.   http://www.stuff.co.nz/national/crime/6551161/Dog-abusers-banned-from-owning-animalslast_img read more