Sindeo Adds Tony Sachs as Chief Lending Officer: Brings Real Estate and Finch Expertise to SF Firm

Tony SachsSindeo, a modern mortgage marketplace, announced its newest executive hire Tony Sachs, formerly of First Republic Bank, who will assume the role of Chief Lending Officer. With over 15 years of experience at First Republic, most recently as SVP of Lending Strategy, Products & Sales, Sachs’ experience in secondary marketing, credit, strategy, operations and sales will be instrumental as Sindeo continues to execute its marketplace strategy and expand its operations outside of California. In his new role, Sachs will be responsible for the company’s lending operations and credit functions, including overseeing Sindeo’s team of  Mortgage Advisors.

“Tony’s significant operational expertise across all aspects of mortgage lending will play a central role in Sindeo’s growth strategy and ensure we deliver a superior mortgage experience to our clients,” said Sindeo’s Founder and CEO, Nick Stamos. “With the addition of Tony, we have added a leader who will help us fulfill our mission of creating a better mortgage journey, one that is fast, simple, and personal.”

nick stamosSachs rounds out a management team that features significant Real Estate and FinTech industry expertise, including top talent from Trulia, SoFi, Prosper Marketplace and the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB). Collectively, their proven track record of innovation in their industries will play a key role as Sindeo continues to expand its delivery of a transparent and efficient lending experience for homebuyers that blends cutting-edge technology and personalized, best-in-class service.

“I have seen first hand the ability of service to transform a typically stressful financial decision into a positive experience,” said Sachs. “I am looking forward to working with this talented team, leveraging technology to deliver an unparalleled level of service to anyone looking to buy a home or refinance their mortgage.”

 

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