Peter Mahoney is Managing Director, at Green Tree Servicing, LLC, a specialty servicer with more than 30 years experience managing credit sensitive mortgage assets for lenders, investors and insurers. Mahoney is responsible for building business relationships with national lenders and mortgage investors. Green Tree provides lenders and investors a range of capabilities, including sub-servicing high-risk loan portfolios; purchasing mortgage servicing rights and whole-loan portfolios; and providing recovery services on charged-off accounts. Green Tree has a proven track record of reducing delinquencies on problem assets for lenders and helping more borrowers keep their homes. Prior to joining Green Tree, Mahoney had a 15-year career at Freddie Mac. He was Vice PresidentNational Lending from 2007 through 2009, responsible for managing relationships with the companys largest mortgage lenders. He also served as Vice PresidentGlobal Investor Relations, responsible for managing relationships with shareholders and holders of debt securities worldwide, and as Vice President and Deputy General Counsel for Legislative & Regulatory Affairs, managing legal and policy issues relating to Freddie Macs congressional charter. As legal counsel, he negotiated critical legal and housing policy matters with the companys regulators, the Department of the Treasury and the S.E.C., and provided liaison with Members of Congress and their staffs. Mahoney also managed affordable housing, fair lending and predatory lending matters for the company, and published leading law review articles on fair lending doctrine in The Emory Law Journal and on CRA regulations in the ABA Journal of Affordable Housing & Community Development Law. Mahoney is a graduate of the University of Virginia (B.A. with High Distinction, 1981) and its School of Law (1985), and is a member of the New York and Virginia State Bars. He serves as a member of the Board of Directors of Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of Washington, D.C.
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