News posted On April 16, 2020
CMG Financial, a well-capitalized, privately held mortgage banking firm headquartered in San Ramon, CA, announces the hire of Brian Reynolds, Divisional Vice President of the Pacific Northwest. Brian will lead growth initiatives throughout the Pacific Northwest region by spearheading loan officer recruitment, onboarding new branches, and sharing CMG Financial’s proprietary products with this critical market.
Brian Reynolds has over 20 years of mortgage leadership experience and has held management positions at regional and national lenders throughout his career. Most recently, he was the Regional Senior Vice President at Fairway Independent Mortgage Corporation in Portland, OR for six years.
“I am thrilled to join this team that operates as such a fun but focused mortgage lender. It is refreshing to work with a team like this again that truly gets it,” Brian Reynolds said in a statement.
“CMG has always believed that the Pacific Northwest is one of the most important markets in the country. I am excited to have Brian, who was born and spent his entire career in the Pacific Northwest, lead our growth in this area. Brian has proven his ability to grow and lead in this market, and I can’t wait to watch him expand our presence there,” Charlie Rogers, SVP, Retail Lending, CMG Financial, said in a statement.
If you are interested in joining CMG Financial’s Pacific Northwest team, visit www.cmgfi.com/careers to apply or view open positions.
About CMG Financial
CMG Financial is a well-capitalized, privately held mortgage banking firm founded in 1993. The company makes its products and services available to the market through three distinct origination channels: retail lending, wholesale lending, and correspondent lending.
CMG Financial currently operates in all states, including the District of Columbia, and holds federal agency lending approvals with HUD, VA, RHS, GNMA, FNMA, and FHLMC. CMG Financial is widely known throughout the mortgage banking and housing markets for responsible lending practices, industry and consumer advocacy, product innovation, and operational efficiency.