Colorado-based W.J. Bradley Co. appointed Roy Browning as its new chief financial officer.
Browning was most recently executive vice president and CFO at Collateral Real Estate Capital and previously as executive vice president and CFO for Aurora Loan Services, a mortgage banking subsidiary of Lehman Brothers.
Prior to this, Browning held executive positions for Bridge Information Services and Greenpoint Mortgage.
W.J. Bradley was formed in 1999 by William Bradley and Chairman Joseph Cambi for the purpose of capitalizing on the residential mortgage banking industry by acquiring mid sized residential lending firms originating between $300 million and $2 billion.
The firm has completed roughly nine acquisitions since 2005 and currently operates its branch structure under a net branching platform.