Ocwen has declared the appointment of Sean O’Neil as EVP and CFO, helpful June 13, 2022.
O’Neil provides significant monetary leadership experience in the property finance loan sector to Ocwen, and will be liable for major the company’s world finance business. He joins Ocwen from Bayview Asset Management, in which he served as the company’s CFO given that 2015. Prior to this purpose, he held many senior positions at economic institutions, which include serving as Team Money Officer for Wells Fargo, Japanese Group Financial institution and as CFO for Wachovia’s Wealth Administration Team.
“Sean is a verified CFO with extensive working experience in providing financial, operational and strategic leadership to huge economic companies companies,” reported Glen A. Messina, President and CEO of Ocwen. “He has an remarkable observe report of driving price leadership and financially rewarding advancement, optimizing liquidity, and strategic organizing that will be instrumental as we keep on to navigate a demanding home finance loan originations industry. We think Sean’s history in both the non-public and general public sectors is a robust in shape for us as we execute on our priorities to provide results, create value and position Ocwen for lengthy-time period accomplishment.”
O’Neil will realize success June C. Campbell, who will be leaving the organization after a transition time period to pursue opportunities outside the house of Ocwen.
“On behalf of our Board of Administrators, I want to sincerely thank June for her contributions to Ocwen in excess of the past three yrs,” stated Messina. “June came to Ocwen all through a pivotal time when we were in the early stages of the Ocwen-PHH merger and integration. She was a essential leader who helped us successfully change the Organization, construct a balanced business model, greatly enhance our relationships with the investment neighborhood and reinforce our finance perform, leaving a good basis for Sean to build upon. I wish June all the most effective in her long term endeavors.”
O’Neil most recently served as CFO for Bayview, which he joined in 2015, and was dependable for finance and accounting, treasury and financing structures, liquidity, bank loan accounting, funding and collateral actions. Prior to signing up for Bayview, he served as Group Economical Officer for Wells Fargo, Japanese Community Bank. Prior to this function, O’Neil was the CFO for Wachovia’s Prosperity Management Team. Before signing up for Wachovia, he was a senior supervisor at Boston Consulting Team, wherever he worked with fiscal products and services businesses in Europe and North The usa.