Ocwen Financial Corporation Announces Senior Leadership Appointments
June C. Campbell Appointed Chief Financial Officer
Joseph J. Samarias to Succeed Timothy M. Hayes as General Counsel
Ms. Campbell joins Ocwen from
The Company also announced that Joseph J. Samarias will assume the role of Executive Vice President and General Counsel, effective
Mr. Samarias joined Ocwen in 2013 and currently serves as Senior Vice President and Deputy General Counsel of Litigation and Government Affairs. He also serves as Chief Ethics Officer for the Company.
“We are fortunate to have someone as qualified as Joe ready to assume the General Counsel role,” said Mr. Messina. “Joe has extensive experience in many legal and regulatory areas, as well as deep knowledge of the mortgage industry. He has demonstrated outstanding leadership while establishing himself as a trusted advisor and counselor to the management team.”
Mr. Messina continued, “Tim has provided invaluable legal expertise and insights to Ocwen during his tenure with the Company. He has built an exceptional legal organization and has always performed his duties as General Counsel with devotion and the highest level of integrity. I want to express my sincere appreciation to Tim for his partnership and countless contributions to the Company, and wish him all the best in retirement.”
June C. Campbell Background
Joseph J. Samarias Background
Joseph J. Samarias has served as Senior Vice President, Deputy General Counsel of Ocwen since 2013. He also serves as the Company’s Chief Ethics Officer. Prior to joining Ocwen, from 2009 to 2013, Mr. Samarias was a senior attorney with the Treasury Department’s
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