Former MBA Chairman David Kittle joins ComplianceEase

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He served on MBA’s Board of Directors from 2004 through 2010. Kittle is past chairman of the Mortgage Bankers Association in Washington, DC, completing his term in October of 2009. He testified fourteen times before Congress and led the industry during its most tumultuous period. David received his CMB designation in 2004.

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Former MBA chairman david kittle joins complianceease Home > About ComplianceEase > ComplianceEase in the News > Press and News: Former MBA chairman david kittle joins ComplianceEase as Senior Vice President of Government & Industry Relations. Burlingame, Calif. – April 12, 2016 – ComplianceEase , the nation’s leading provider of.

David G. Kittle, CMB liked this. Joined HUD Secretary Ben Carson and other key stakeholders. President Trump is working to eliminate barriers that are holding back affordable housing.

ComplianceEase hired former MBA chairman David Kittle as its senior vice president of government and industry relations. He brings years of experience managing relationships with Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac, federal home loan Banks, Ginnie Mae and the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development.

Kittle, a mortgage banking veteran who has demonstrated his commitment to the industry leadership roles, was elected chairman of the Mortgage Bankers Association (MBA) in 2009. Kittle has previously served on the MBA Board of Directors. He also served as chairman of MBA’s Political Action Committee (MORPAC) and was former vice chairman of MBA’s Residential Board of Governors. He was past president of the Kentucky Mortgage Bankers Association, and is a founding partner and vice chairman.

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