With all that’s going on in the mortgage industry right now we thought it’d be best to take a detailed look at what it takes to become approved by Ginnie Mae, and with that, also look to the future for what may be happening after the pandemic!
In today’s Hot Topic we have Gregory Keith on the program to provide us with his insights on the Ginnie Mae Approval process!
Want to know more about Gregory Keith?
Gregory A. Keith joined Ginnie Mae as Senior Vice President and Chief Risk Officer in October 2010. In this capacity, he monitors the corporation’s aggregate risk and compliance with risk policies, develops and maintains corporate-wide procedures for risk management, and provides independent evaluation and oversight of all risk management activities.
Mr. Keith has more than 25 years of experience in the financial services industry. Much of his experience has been in mortgage and asset backed finance. Prior to joining Ginnie Mae, Mr. Keith spent nine years in various roles at Fannie Mae. These roles spanned across multiple disciplines including strategy, risk and finance. Most recently, he served as Director of Counterparty Risk Management, where he structured, monitored, and mitigated financial risk with business partners.
In 2001, Mr. Keith came to Fannie Mae from First Union Capital Markets, where he was Vice President of Business Integration. There, he managed the implementation of business strategies and tactical business requirements for the Structured Products Group of the Corporate and Investment Bank.
Previously, Mr. Keith also served as a Manager at KPMG Consulting, focusing on the execution of strategic, financial, and operational engagements. Prior to joining KPMG, Mr. Keith worked as a Forecasting and Planning Analyst at the American Residential Mortgage Corporation and as a Financial Analyst at Great American Bank.
Mr. Keith holds a Bachelor of Arts from San Diego State University.
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