JACKSONVILLE, Fla., Feb. 25, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- In January, Foundation Financial Group completed a strategic restructuring plan to prepare for further growth as a full-service financial services company.
Foundation Financial Group co-founder and former CEO Paul V. Scott is now chairman of the board.
Mark W. Boyer steps up as Foundation Financial Group's new CEO, from his previous position of executive vice president.
Foundation Financial Group Co-Founder Kris S. Williams is now the president, moving up from the position of chief operating officer.
Additionally, James S. Brodsky becomes Foundation Financial Group's chief human resources officer. He moves up from his previous role as senior vice president of human resources and learning development. The move comes as Foundation Financial Group is in the midst of hiring more than 100 workers and opening three new centers nationwide.
"Our greatest asset at Foundation Financial Group is our people, and this realignment allows our people to work at their highest and best use," CEO Mark Boyer said. "These promotions also ensure more efficient operations as we move head-on into another year of growth."
Other realignments and advancements include the promotion of Roy E. Kelly to the role of executive vice president. Kelly, with 22 years of financial service industry experience, comes to his new role from a division general manager at Foundation Financial Group.
In another repositioning, Foundation Financial Group promoted Mark J. Scarrow to division general manager. He assumes his new role after serving as vice president and regional sales manager, where he took a leading part in growing the work of Foundation Financial Group's Charlotte center.
Foundation Financial Group also promoted Marc E. Chillion to Atlanta division general manager. Chillion, a five-time honoree for corporate sales performance, was previously a senior vice president with Foundation Financial Group.
Foundation Financial Group also promoted William A. Gordon to senior vice president of operations. Gordon, who holds a bachelor's degree in Crime, Law and Justice from The Pennsylvania State University, previously served as vice president of loan setup and post closing. The San Francisco native, who has been with the financial service company for four years, will report directly to CEO Mark W. Boyer in his new role.
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About Foundation Financial Group
Foundation Financial Group, one of the nation's fastest-growing financial services companies, specializes in mortgage lending, property and casualty insurance, life insurance, wealth management, retirement planning, personal taxes and corporate tax services. With extensive expansion and hiring planned in 2011, Foundation Financial Group operates six regional centers in Atlanta; Charlotte, N.C.; Jacksonville, Fla.; Raleigh, N.C.; Rochester, N.Y.; and Savannah, Ga. Licensed in more than 30 states, Foundation Financial Group maintains mortgage operations headquarters in Atlanta and executive headquarters in Jacksonville. Founded in 1998 in Atlanta, Foundation Financial Group offers mortgage refinancing and first-time buyer lending through traditional financing, as well as Federal Housing Administration and other government-backed home loan programs. Foundation Financial Group enjoys an industry-leading Federal Housing Administration compare ratio and an A+ rating from the Better Business Bureau, the highest accreditation the BBB gives. For more information, call 866-334-1001 or go to http://www.ffg.com.
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