PITTSBURGH, April 17, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- ServiceLink, a leading end-to-end origination and default solutions provider for 15 of the top 20 mortgage lenders and servicers, announced that Gabe Minton, senior vice president of Information Services, will join industry experts on April 23 in the panel presentation, "Mortgage Headwinds," at the MBA National Technology in Mortgage Banking Conference & Expo (10:45 a.m. at the Arizona Biltmore in Phoenix, Ariz.).
During the panel, Minton will lead a discussion on the industry impact of regulatory changes, IT governance, project portfolio management and the latest industry technology advancements. In addition, panelists will explore how lenders and services must continuously evaluate business practices and priorities as the industry evolves. Panelists include Tim Elkins, senior vice president and CIO of Prime Lending, Gary Ives, CIO of Pulte Mortgage, Linglong He, CIO of Quicken Loans, Inc., and Robert Lux, senior vice president and CIO of Freddie Mac.
A former MBA executive, Minton oversees software engineering, quality assurance and business analysis services and facilitates the strategic execution of ServiceLink's products and services. His 20-year portfolio is a wealth of information systems experience, working with and creating software systems, products and standards. While at MBA, Minton pioneered the establishment of technology standards for the mortgage industry through MISMO, which he helped to create and actively managed for seven years.
ServiceLink, a Fidelity National Financial company, is a leading provider of end-to-end origination and default related products, services and technology for the mortgage industry. ServiceLink currently serves 15 of the top 20 national lenders and servicers, helping them drive maximum performance throughout the life of the loan. ServiceLink combines its unrivaled Serve First culture and industry experience with innovative products and technology along with the resources of FNF to help our client partners mitigate risk, reduce cycle times and lower operating costs. For more information about ServiceLink, visit www.servicelinkfnf.com.