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The Q4 Action Plan That Will End the Year Strong

By Chris Meade

The fourth quarter of the year is upon us – but 2021 isn’t over yet. Every financial institution wants to close the year strong – but I have yet to meet a lender with loads of extra time to cram a bunch of new initiatives into the end of the year.

So, I put my “busy lender” hat on and came up with three straightforward Q4 action steps I think will help almost any institution close the year strong and sail into 2022 on good footing. Whether you do all three things or just one, I think you’ll be glad you did.

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Team Member Spotlight – Ronnie Wittenauer

LenderClose team members come from many different backgrounds and constantly find ways to spark greatness. The Team Member Spotlight series highlights one of our team members each month. This month, the spotlight is on Ronnie Wittenauer, who was recently hired as a Relationship Manager.

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Advantages of Home Equity Loans for Borrowers and Lenders

By Chris Meade

When a borrower comes to your institution seeking funds, most often aren’t arriving with a specific type of loan in mind. They have a need and look to their lender for guidance about the best way to address it.

Personal loans are often the go-to option for lenders. They are often the fastest, easiest way to get a borrower access to funds. But, technology is changing the ease of home equity lending, and we think it deserves a more frequent look.

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LenderClose Promotes Allen Jingst to Chief Revenue Officer

LenderClose, a portfolio real estate and home equity lending technology platform, has promoted Allen Jingst to Chief Revenue Officer (CRO) to provide strategic guidance as the company plans for continued growth. Jingst shares the responsibility for strategic growth planning as well as alignment across the fintech’s departments. He will continue to drive the company’s vision forward and maintain the company’s commitment to its community bank and credit union clients, by focusing on injecting speed and efficiencies while continuously enhancing the borrowers’ experience through technology solutions.

Jingst, who has been with the fintech firm for more than two years, will work side by side with the leadership team to continue expanding the company’s depth and width with its clients and partners, in addition to driving new business and potential partnership opportunities.

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