Wells Fargo’s Chief Risk Officer Mike Loughlin to Retire

By on May 31, 2021

first_imgHome / Featured / Wells Fargo’s Chief Risk Officer Mike Loughlin to Retire Governmental Measures Target Expanded Access to Affordable Housing 2 days ago Sign up for DS News Daily January 20, 2018 1,792 Views Subscribe Related Articles About Author: Nicole Casperson  Print This Post Servicers Navigate the Post-Pandemic World 2 days ago Previous: Transformational Mortgage Solutions Announces New President & COO Next: Ellie Mae Passes New Milestone Wells Fargo’s Chief Risk Officer Mike Loughlin to Retire Servicers Navigate the Post-Pandemic World 2 days ago Nicole Casperson is the Associate Editor of DS News and MReport. She graduated from Texas Tech University where she received her M.A. in Mass Communications and her B.A. in Journalism. Casperson previously worked as a graduate teaching instructor at Texas Tech’s College of Media and Communications. Her thesis will be published by the International Communication Association this fall. To contact Casperson, e-mail: [email protected] The Best Markets For Residential Property Investors 2 days agocenter_img Demand Propels Home Prices Upward 2 days ago Wells Fargo & Company announced that Senior EVP Mike Loughlin will retire as the company’s Chief Risk Officer. The company expects to name a successor in the next few months and Loughlin will remain in his current role through the transition.“Mike’s 36 years of service to Wells Fargo have included some of the most critical times in our company’s history,” said Timothy J. Sloan, President and CEO of Wells Fargo. “From the financial crisis in 2008, to the company’s merger with Wachovia, to the many economic and credit cycles we have navigated, Mike has demonstrated leadership and a commitment to all our stakeholders, especially our customers, in one of our company’s most critical roles, and for that we are grateful.”A direct report of Sloan’s serving on the company’s Operating Committee, Loughlin has been Wells Fargo’s Chief Risk Officer since 2008, overseeing key risk-oriented activities at the company, including credit, market risk, operational risk, compliance, and information security (including cyber risk). Over the past two years, Loughlin also has led efforts to centralize many of the company’s risk functions to provide more comprehensive oversight of the company’s risks.“It has been a great privilege to serve an American institution as important and as valued as Wells Fargo,” Loughlin said. “I am preparing for retirement with enthusiasm for Wells Fargo’s future, confidence in the work its leaders will continue, and gratitude for the many customers and colleagues I have had the great pleasure to know.”Loughlin joined Wells Fargo in 1986, following the company’s acquisition of Crocker Bank. Prior to becoming Chief Risk Officer, Loughlin was responsible for credit approval, policy, and reporting for Wholesale Banking and has held senior roles in Wealth Management, Corporate Banking, Operations and Middle Market Banking. Today, he also serves on the board of directors of Students Rising Above, an organization dedicated to helping low-income, first-generation college students realize their potential by guiding and supporting them through college graduation and into the workforce. Demand Propels Home Prices Upward 2 days ago The Week Ahead: Nearing the Forbearance Exit 2 days ago Is Rise in Forbearance Volume Cause for Concern? 2 days ago The Best Markets For Residential Property Investors 2 days ago Data Provider Black Knight to Acquire Top of Mind 2 days ago Governmental Measures Target Expanded Access to Affordable Housing 2 days ago Share Save in Featured, News Tagged with: HOUSING mortgage Wells Fargo HOUSING mortgage Wells Fargo 2018-01-20 Nicole Caspersonlast_img read more

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Near Perfect Ellsworth Continues to Roll

By on September 20, 2020

first_img Hancock County Court News Nov. 3 thorugh Dec. 11 – January 22, 2015 Latest Posts For more sports stories, pick up a copy of The Ellsworth American. Bio State budget vs. job creation – January 22, 2015 ELLSWORTH — In their first three outings, the Ellsworth Eagle boys and girls, both 3-0, have lost just a single set each.But even with those near-perfect records, the Eagles girls are ranked only fifth and the Eagle boys eighth in Eastern Maine Class B, according to this week’s first edition of the Maine Principals’ Associaton Heal point standings.In action this week, Class B Ellsworth dealt the Class C George Stevens Academy Eagles their only loss so far, with the Ellsworth boys winning 4-1 and the girls rolling to a 5-0 win. BOYSThis is placeholder textThis is placeholder textEllsworth 4, GSA 1Singles: Spencer Small (E) over Elias Springer 8-3, Nick Reese (E) over Michael Senter-Zapata 8-6, Alex Keefe (E) over Dillon Morris 8-5. Doubles: Max Reiter and Charlie Volkwein (GSA) over Dillon Toothaker and Tyler Small 9-8 (9-7), Brandon Albee and Justin Harding (E) over Will Brokaw and Lucas Yoder 8-6.center_img Latest posts by admin (see all) House fire in Winter Harbor – October 27, 2014 GIRLSEllsworth 5, GSA 0Singles: Miranda Grant over Southerd Steer 8-3, Ashley Harding over Katie Herklotz 9-7, Clarissa Winkleman over Roz Brokaw 8-3. Doubles: Holly Wadman and Caitlin Maloney over Grace Jackson and Vesta Davis 8-6, Danel White and Paige Lewis over Tierney Hally and Hannah Van der Eb 8-3. adminlast_img read more

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Other Sports WWE Hell In A Cell 2019: Seth Rollins vs ‘The Fiend’ Bray Wyatt Ends In No Contest, Charlotte Flair New Women’s Champion

By on September 19, 2020

first_img For all the Latest Sports News News, Other Sports News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps. New Delhi: The 2019 Hell In A Cell pay-per-view featured some epic clashes which involved the likes of Seth Rollins, ‘The Fiend’ Bray Wyatt, Becky Lynch and Charlotte Flair. However, the outcome of one of the matches between Rollins and Wyatt left a bitter taste in the mouth of some fans at Sacramento, California as the match ended in a no-contest. Many fans could be heard shouting ‘Refund’ but the match produced so many twists and tales that in the end, Wyatt stood tall after brutalising Rollins. Apart from the three major events, there were other matches that served up interesting situations. Natalya defeated Lacey Evans while Randy Orton got the better of Mustafa Ali. In the tag team clashes, the Kabuki Warriors featuring Kairi Sane and Asuka defeated Alexa Bliss and Nikki Cross while the team of Braun Strowman and Viking Raiders defeated The OC which included former champion AJ Styles. King of the Ring winner Baron Corbin suffered a defeat against Shorty Gable.It was time for the main event with Lynch taking on Banks. It was an epic contest with Banks injuring Lynch’s arm. There were chairs, kendo sticks  and each wrestler brutalised the other. Banks hit the meteora twice but Lynch kicked out on both occasions. Lynch, dubbed ‘The Man’, hit a top-rope Becksploder on Banks into some chairs that were lying in the ring. Lynch then locked in the Dis-Arm-Her, the Armbar and Banks tapped out.Also Read | Wrestlemania 35: Becky Lynch steals the show, Kofi Kingston overcomes the oddsThe feud between Flair and Bayley had been going on for some months. This was a tough match with Flair dominating and Bayley having her moments. Bayley’s early aggression saw Flair bleeding from the mouth but when she locked the figure eight on Bayley, Flair was crowned the Women’s Champion for the 10th time. Also Read | Seth Rollins, Becky Lynch win in WWE Royal Rumble; Brock Lesnar and Ronda Rousey dominateWyatt’s character of The Fiend has grasped the attention of the WWE Universe. His sneak attack on Strowman and Kane leading upto Hell In A Cell was a great build-up to the match. This was a match of finishing moves and the surrounding was made eerie, with the match being played in almost total darkness with only a red light being flashed. Seth Rollins employed the Stomp many times only for Wyatt to come back up. In desperation, Rollins unleashed a brutal onslaught on Wyatt that left the fans in shock. He placed a chair on Wyatt and struck it with a ladder, tool box and a sledgehammer. The shot by the sledgehammer forced the referee to call a no result as Wyatt was attended to.The fans were absolutely unhappy with the result but when Rollins started taunting Wyatt, The Fiend rose up and unleased a Sister Abigail at ringside as well as on the concrete floor. With blood oozing out of Rollins’ mouth, Wyatt used the Mandible Claw and stood menacingly on top of Rollins. The outcome of this match did not please the fans, but this match has ushered a new rivalry which can revive the WWE.last_img read more

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Memela hits two as Micho’s Pirates beat Chiefs in Soweto derby

By on August 13, 2020

first_imgThembinkosi Lorch gave Pirates the lead on 21 minutes in the Soweto cauldron and Colombian Leonardo Castro levelled just before the half hour.Sundowns have 43 points, Pirates 39 and Free State Stars 37 in what is developing into a three-team battle for glory with seven rounds remaining.Maritzburg United and Chiefs share fourth place, eight points adrift of 2016 African champions Sundowns, and it is difficult to imagine either side becoming champions.“I have been waiting a long time for the opportunity to play in a Soweto derby,” said man-of-the-match award winner Memela.“It is a wonderful feeling to score twice but as much as I am happy, I am even happier for my team, Orlando Pirates.”Serbia-born Pirates coach Milutin “Micho” Sredojevic said the second goal was crucial after his team had been regularly overrun in midfield during the opening half. Belgian coach Luc Eymael has transformed Stars from central town Bethlehem into title challengers after many of his predecessors waged struggles against relegation.Maritzburg United snapped a run of losses in all competitions against SuperSport United by forcing a 0-0 draw in Pretoria thanks to many saves from Ghana goalkeeper Richard Ofori.Share on: WhatsApp “Scoring so early in the second half was a blessing for us because clever Chiefs tactics meant we found ourselves outnumbered in the middle of the field for much of the first half.”Chiefs coach Steve Komphela remains trophy-less well into his third season with the club and is sure to face renewed public and media calls to quit after the derby defeat.“Pirates’ second goal killed us,” he admitted. “It boosted their morale, deflated us a little and we had to reshuffle.“It was a good game for neutrals, a good game for the crowd, but a bad result for my team and I.”Ghanaian Mohammed Anas, who went viral last year after thanking his wife and girlfriend in a post-match interview, scored two late goals to give Free State a 2-1 win at bottom club Platinum Stars.center_img Luvuyo Memela celebratesJohannesburg, South Africa | AFP | Soweto derby debutant Luvuyo Memela came off the bench to score twice and hand Orlando Pirates a pulsating 3-1 South African Premiership victory over greatest rivals Kaizer Chiefs Saturday.Memela was introduced for the second half before an 84,000 crowd at the Soccer City stadium and scored within 30 seconds to put Pirates ahead for the second time.His second goal on 74 minutes sealed maximum points for the Buccaneers and kept them hot on the heels of leaders Mamelodi Sundowns in the title race.last_img read more

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Taking Care of the Moms

By on August 6, 2020

first_imgFacebook17Tweet0Pin0Submitted by Thurston County Public Health and Social ServicesThe holiday season is upon us. For those of us with children, it’s easy to focus just on their needs and wants, while we neglect taking care of ourselves in order to get everything done. Sound familiar, moms?This is a reminder to not only take good care of yourself this time of year, but all year long, so that you can be ready for all that this and every season bring. Why is this so important? According to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), heart disease, cancer and stroke together cause over half of deaths among women in the U.S. Make sure that you can be there to enjoy your children—and their children—by taking the following steps to reduce stress and your risk of heart disease, stroke, and other health problems.Get an annual well-woman visit with your healthcare provider. During the visit, discuss your health habits, family history, and family planning if you are in your child-bearing years. Your annual checkup is also the time to get current on your vaccines, have your blood pressure and cholesterol levels checked, schedule any additional screenings you may need, like a mammogram, and set health goals. Your well-woman visit is covered by insurance.Eat a well-balanced mix of nutritious food such as vegetables, fruit, whole grains, and lean protein every day. Eating well can reduce your risk of heart disease, stroke, type 2 diabetes, bone loss, certain types of cancer, and anemia. In addition, a healthy diet can reduce high blood pressure, lower cholesterol, help manage diabetes, and help maintain a healthy weight.Aim for at least 30 minutes of physical activity a day. Choose activities you enjoy like walking, hiking, jogging, cycling, taking a class at the gym, or following along with a workout DVD. Daily exercise can help control weight; help prevent or manage metabolic syndrome, type 2 diabetes, depression, and certain types of cancer; improve your mood; boost energy; and promote better sleep.Take time to unwind. Stress impacts our bodies, mood and behavior. Making time for things we enjoy, exercising, relaxation techniques including meditation, and getting good nutrition can help us manage stress. Having a relationship with a higher power—something larger than ourselves—can make us feel more hopeful and help reduce stress levels. If you have tried these methods and are still having trouble managing stress, talk to your healthcare provider for support.Get treatment for depression. Women are twice as likely to experience depression as men. If you are one of these women, discuss it with your healthcare provider and consider treatment options.If you smoke, quit, and don’t substitute vaping for smoking. The CDC reports that smoking is the leading cause of preventable death in the U.S, and estimates that people who smoke are 2 to 4 times more likely to have coronary heart disease; and are 2 to 4 times more likely to have a stroke. Smoking also increases women’s risk of lung cancer by more than 25.7 times. The SmartQuit TM App for smartphones is a research-based smoking cessation program that may be more effective than trying to quit on your own. It can be used with or without nicotine replacement therapy. The App is free for download to Washington residents and is private, easy to use and always within reach. Learn more online here.Limit alcohol use. According to the National Institute for Health, drinking too much canGetting enough sleep each night impacts your health and ability to handle the stress of daily life.negatively impact the brain, heart, liver, pancreas and immune system, and can also increase your risk of developing certain types of cancers. More information is available here.Get seven to eight hours of quality sleep each night. Too little sleep on a routine basis can affect our mood and ability to think clearly and is also linked to obesity, heart disease, diabetes, and depression. More recent studies also indicate connections between lack of sleep and Alzheimer’s disease. Adequate sleep helps keep the mind and the body healthy.When we take care of ourselves, we can better give our time, love, and support to those we love. Wishing happy, healthy holidays to you all!last_img read more

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