Tim is an experienced project manager, financial model validator, and mortgage industry analyst with extensive experience consulting GSEs and other large financial institutions. He has managed projects, validating an array of financial models and developing business requirements for a range of technological solutions throughout the mortgage asset value chain. Tim is the author of numerous mortgage industry benchmarking and market research studies and has produced deliverables under a variety of risk-management consulting engagements for mortgage banks, Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac, the Federal Home Loan Banks, and the US Department of Housing and Urban Development.
Prior to joining RiskSpan, he was a senior manager of business consulting and analytics at First American Corporation, where he developed strategies for coordinating the offerings of recent corporate acquisitions and for bringing new initiatives and product solutions to market. Tim also authored and presented thought-leadership white papers on digitizing and streamlining the mortgage loan origination process and achieving end-to-end data integrity. At Fannie Mae, he helped develop an electronic mortgage application and was responsible for much of the quantitative and statistical analysis behind Fannie Mae’s 2001–2005 origination cost, profitability and productivity benchmarking studies. Prior to working for Fannie Mae, Tim was a senior consultant at KPMG Consulting where he specialized in mortgage industry operational reviews, benchmarking engagements, cash flow modeling, due diligence work, and compliance audits.
Tim holds an MBA from George Washington University and a BA from Brigham Young University.
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