Industry veteran Rudy Orman has resigned as vice president of Marathon Asset Management, a New York-based private equity fund that invests in distressed residential whole loans and MBS.

Orman and officials at Marathon declined to comment on the situation. His departure became official on Friday. Two weeks ago National Mortgage News reported that an affiliate of Marathon was selling about $90 million in distressed whole loans.

During his career in mortgages Orman has worked as a vice president at Goldman Sachs & Co. and at lending firms as well. In a statement Orman would only say that he will become a director and senior vice president of business development at Residential Credit Solutions.

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