*Fraud Detection Vendor Adds Critical Staff*
**New Hire Announcement**
***Interthinx has added two new executives to its team to enhance the company’s ability to address the full spectrum of risk mitigation needs for the financial services sector. Jim Portner has joined Interthinx as vice president of product for origination solutions, and Nick Volpe has joined the company as vice president of capital markets and servicing.
****“Interthinx is recognized as the mortgage industry leader in loan-level fraud risk mitigation,” said Kevin Coop, president of Interthinx. “We also provide clients with automated and human driven end-to-end solutions designed to meet compliance, data integrity, and forecasting needs in a changing business environment. The skills and experience of our new executives will better position us to address a wider range of mortgage industry issues.”
****Jim Portner is a seasoned professional with 25 years of experience in product development and product management. In his new role, Portner will determine the overall strategic direction and tactical execution for all products within the Interthinx origination solutions market segment. Previously, Portner served in executive positions at Intuit, Sage Software, ADP, and CoreLogic. He brings to Interthinx a rich background in the dynamic mortgage and analytics technology marketplace and a thorough understanding of the opportunities and challenges in delivering solutions for today’s lenders.
****Nick Volpe will lead the Interthinx product development, product marketing, and program management teams for the loss forecasting, loan review solutions, surveillance, regulatory compliance, and rescission services product lines. In his previous position at Clayton Holdings, Volpe was senior managing director/business development. He brings to his new role at Interthinx more than 16 years experience in the diversified financial services industry with customer segments including investment firms, commercial banking, hedge funds and private equity firms, as well as governmental agencies.