RoundPoint Mortgage appoints new executives
Patrick McEnerney, who was appointed by RoundPoint's board of directors, has over three decades of experience in the mortgage banking and financial services industries.
Mr. McEnerney joined Freedom Mortgage in August 2020 as executive vice president and later took the helm at RoundPoint following the merger between both companies.
He spent the prior 14 years as managing director of Deutsche Bank, where he oversaw a broad range of residential mortgage and mortgage securitization activities, including large projects in Colombia, Saudi Arabia, the United Kingdom, and Canada.
Prior to Deutsche Bank, Mr. McEnerney was executive vice president at EverBank, president of PricelineMortgage and president of The Bank of New York Mortgage Company.
Joseph M. Gormley has a broad background in financial services and housing policy.
Prior to joining RoundPoint last month, Mr. Gormley held several senior positions at the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development.
Most recently, he served as the Federal Housing Administration's deputy assistant secretary for single family housing, where he was responsible for all of FHA's single-family mortgage insurance operations, including origination and servicing policy, information technology strategy, and quality control.
Earlier in his career, Mr. Gormley worked as an attorney at two national trade associations in Washington, D.C. where he focused on regulatory compliance issues and policies on government backed mortgage lending.
Scott Bristol, who has over 25 years of experience in the retail mortgage sector, joined RoundPoint last week to lead retail business development.
Previously, Mr. Bristol served as senior vice president and manager of national mortgage production at Flagstar Bank.
In that role, he oversaw the company's retail mortgage strategy, including a technology roadmap of its national retail mortgage operation, expansion of the company's national footprint, and optimization of its loan origination platform to support loan officers. ■