Primary Residential Mortgage, Inc. Enhances Executive Leadership

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Jul 30, 2018 06:17 PM

by: Primary Residential Mortgage, Inc.

Primary Residential Mortgage, Inc. Enhances Executive Leadership


Tom George, Ruth Green, A.J. Swope and Mathew Whitebrook receive executive promotions at the Utah-based lender


SALT LAKE CITY – July 30, 2018 – Primary Residential Mortgage, Inc. (PRMI), which funded over $5.4 billion in home loans in 2017, is pleased to announce the promotion of four of its executives as a result of their exemplary leadership: Tom George as executive vice president and chief production officer, Ruth Green as executive vice president and chief operations officer, A.J. Swope as executive vice president of secondary marketing and Mathew Whitebrook as senior vice president of capital markets.

“These promotions are reflective of the wealth of experience, dedication to excellence and skillful leadership of these four individuals,” said PRMI CEO and President, Dave Zitting. “In order for PRMI to continue on a path of growth and success, it’s critical to have leaders that are united in and guided by our core values, which Tom, Ruth, A.J. and Mat exemplify every day.”

With over two decades of industry experience, George joined PRMI shortly after it started in 1998. He has worked in loan origination as well as business development, was named CXO of the Year by Utah Business Magazine in 2014 and was promoted from his most recent role of COO to his current position. As Chief Production Officer, George contributes to the strategic growth of PRMI through building and strengthening relationships with the organization’s branches, divisions and business units.”

“I believe PRMI continues to stand out in the mortgage industry because of how much we truly care for people,” said George. “We are committed to advocating for our customers, improving our communities, fostering business relationships and empowering our employees and partners to find success.”

Green has worked in the mortgage business for 25 years, 19 of which have been spent at PRMI. In that time, she has held numerous positions in underwriting, training, business relations, and most recently, was PRMI’s senior vice president of operations. In 2014, Utah Business Magazine honored Green as one of Utah’s 30 Women to Watch. Her focus on improving the organization’s quality of service and product offerings through effective management, communication and technology implementation prepared her to step into her current role of COO, where she assumes responsibility for the day-to-day operations at PRMI.

“We have the best operations team in the business,” said Green. “I’m honored to be part of this talented group of individuals, and eager to work together as we continue seeking new and improved ways to simplify the mortgage process and enhance the customer experience.”

Swope’s promotion to executive vice president of secondary marketing is a testament to his astute oversite of PRMI’s program administration, pipeline management and business technology strategy. His 20 years of industry experience, including the last 10 years with PRMI, have taught Swope the importance of focusing on quality data, cost reduction and profit enhancement as critical components to the ultimate success of the organization.

“At PRMI, our reputation is our currency; we are known for being innovative and doing what’s right for our clients,” said Swope. “PRMI is a brand that everyone can trust, and I look forward to identifying and creating more opportunities to add value to our branches and customers as we move into the future.”

Whitebrook assumes the position of senior vice president of capital markets, where he will leverage his talents to develop, monitor and maintain servicing strategy for PRMI. Whitebrook has been with the organization since 2008, and has 18 years of experience working in mortgage finance. His breadth of knowledge and extensive understanding of capital markets allow him to confidently step into his new role, as he helps manage the suite of PRMI products, while mitigating risk and managing margin expectations for the company.

“Despite the challenging lending environment of 2018, PRMI’s conservative business methodologies have uniquely positioned the company to be a top national mortgage lender,” said Whitebrook. “The expansion of my leadership role will allow me to collaborate with my colleagues in an impactful way, as we implement PRMI’s growth strategy.”