FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Haynie Joins ICBA Mortgage as President and CEO
Washington, D.C. (September 30, 2010)-The Independent Community Bankers of America (ICBA) announced today that Ron Haynie has joined ICBA as president and CEO of ICBA Mortgage, ICBA's mortgage services subsidiary. Haynie comes to ICBA Mortgage with over 35 years of experience in mortgage banking.
"ICBA is pleased to welcome Ron to the ICBA Mortgage team, especially during this critical time when more and more mortgage customers are turning to America's nearly 8,000 Main Street community banks for common-sense mortgage loans," said Gary Teagno, president and CEO of ICBA Services Network. "Ron's extensive industry and management experience will be instrumental in ICBA Mortgage growth well into the future."
As president and CEO of ICBA Mortgage, Haynie will be responsible for providing competitive mortgage lending solutions to ICBA's nearly 5,000 community bank members.
"I am thrilled to be a part of ICBA Mortgage and to be working with ICBA's member community banks to help them better serve their customers and grow their mortgage businesses," said Haynie. "As a former community banker, I look forward to collaborating with community bankers to make the most of their mortgage programs in the years to come."
Prior to joining ICBA, Haynie led the mortgage division of Home Federal Bank in Nampa, Idaho. As vice president, he was responsible for building and maintaining a profitable mortgage banking line of business at the mid-sized community bank. He also previously served as senior vice president of membership and sales for America's Community Bankers and spent over 20 years at Freddie Mac in a variety of senior-level roles. Haynie is a graduate of the University of Virginia's graduate school of retail bank management.
ICBA Mortgage, a wholly-owned subsidiary of ICBA, provides community banks with direct and indirect access to the secondary mortgage lending market, allowing our nation's community banks to serve their local customers and communities with common-sense mortgage loans. Through strategic partnerships, community banks are able to compete with the larger mortgage providers in today's market.
For more information on ICBA Mortgage, visit http://www.icbamortgage.com/.