Ocwen has introduced the appointment of Sean O’Neil as EVP and CFO, powerful June 13, 2022.
O’Neil provides substantial fiscal leadership practical experience in the house loan sector to Ocwen, and will be liable for foremost the company’s world wide finance firm. He joins Ocwen from Bayview Asset Management, the place he served as the company’s CFO considering that 2015. Prior to this job, he held several senior positions at financial institutions, together with serving as Group Financial Officer for Wells Fargo, Jap Group Bank and as CFO for Wachovia’s Wealth Administration Group.
“Sean is a proven CFO with extensive expertise in delivering fiscal, operational and strategic leadership to big monetary companies companies,” stated Glen A. Messina, President and CEO of Ocwen. “He has an impressive monitor document of driving price tag leadership and lucrative progress, optimizing liquidity, and strategic arranging that will be instrumental as we continue to navigate a demanding home loan originations market. We believe that Sean’s history in the two the private and community sectors is a solid fit for us as we execute on our priorities to supply results, make worth and posture Ocwen for lengthy-expression results.”
O’Neil will be successful June C. Campbell, who will be leaving the corporation after a changeover time period to go after prospects outside of Ocwen.
“On behalf of our Board of Administrators, I want to sincerely thank June for her contributions to Ocwen around the earlier a few yrs,” said Messina. “June arrived to Ocwen for the duration of a pivotal time when we had been in the early phases of the Ocwen-PHH merger and integration. She was a critical chief who helped us correctly renovate the Business, construct a well balanced small business product, improve our relationships with the expenditure group and bolster our finance operate, leaving a solid basis for Sean to construct on. I want June all the very best in her foreseeable future endeavors.”
O’Neil most not too long ago served as CFO for Bayview, which he joined in 2015, and was liable for finance and accounting, treasury and funding structures, liquidity, financial loan accounting, funding and collateral actions. Prior to signing up for Bayview, he served as Group Economical Officer for Wells Fargo, Japanese Group Bank. Prior to this purpose, O’Neil was the CFO for Wachovia’s Prosperity Administration Group. Ahead of signing up for Wachovia, he was a senior manager at Boston Consulting Group, wherever he worked with economic expert services organizations in Europe and North America.