Cenlar FSB, a mortgage loan subservicer and federally chartered wholesale bank, announced May 23 it tapped a 35-year technology veteran as its senior vice president, chief information officer.
Steven Taylor joins with a vast knowledge of guiding IT transformation, design, deployment and integration initiatives, including multiple large-scale corporate mergers and acquisitions integrations, the Ewing-based institute said in its hiring announcement. He will be responsible for aligning Cenlar’s technology plan with its business plan.
“Steven has a wealth of experience and will be an instrumental partner to the business as we continue to further invest in multiple technologies, including automation that will streamline processes to better serve our employees, clients and their homeowners,” Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer Rob Lux said in the statement.
Taylor previously served as president and CEO of his own consulting firm, advising corporate leaders on the need for technology investments and providing expert consultation on several M&A transactions. Taylor also held several executive roles at Fidelity National Financial and Fidelity Information Services.
Taylor said his goal at Cenlar is “to map out the technology so that it stays as effective and in-line with the company’s growth.”