Anthony Renzi has joined Cenlar FSB, a federally chartered savings bank specializing in mortgage subservicing, as president and COO.
Renzi most recently served as CEO and president of Walter Investment, which changed its name to DiTech Holding after emerging from bankruptcy in February. Renzi took the reins at Walter in September 2016. His departure marked the company’s fifth CEO exit in just over two years.
In his new role, Renzi will be part of Cenlar’s senior management team, focusing on client success and improving service.
"Tony's appointment reflects his impressive work history spanning 30-plus years in the mortgage banking and financial services industry and demonstrated success in executive-level positions at Walter Investment/DiTech Holding, CitiMortgage, and Freddie Mac," Cenlar CEO and Chairman Gregory Tornquist said.
Earlier in his career, Renzi served with Citi as COO and managing director, with responsibilities for the operations supporting CitiMortgage as well as Citi's retail and commercial banks in North America. He also previously served as executive vice president of the single family business, operations, and technology at Freddie Mac and as president and COO at GMAC ResCap.