Simon Moir recognized for award-winning technology and enabling the digital transformation of mortgage
October 2, 2019 — eOriginal, a digital lending technology pioneer, is proud to announce that Simon Moir, Chief Product Officer, has been named to HousingWire’s Tech Trendsetters list for 2019. HousingWire’s inaugural award recognizes the impactful and innovative technology leaders serving the housing and mortgage finance industry. This is on the heels of eOriginal’s second consecutive listing as one of HousingWire’s HW Tech 100TM in April 2019.
“I’m honored to have received an award of this caliber, and I would like to thank our customers who have played a pivotal role in helping us innovate to foster digital adoption in the industry.” said Simon Moir. “Our innovations help accelerate liquidity in the mortgage ecosystem by digitally enabling originators, warehouse lenders, investors and settlement agents. The market can expect our continued leadership to help simplify digital adoption for all mortgage ecosystem participants.”
Each year, HousingWire recognizes the top 100 technology companies in the housing finance space but this award takes it one step further to identify experts behind the technology; those who drive innovation and make an impact in the housing industry.
“HousingWire has always recognized innovation and technological advancements in the housing industry, but none of those advancements happen without people leading the way,” HousingWire Managing Editor Ben Lang said. “Technology doesn’t simply create itself. People are the driving force behind those innovations. And it’s in that spirit that we proudly honor the visionaries helping to push the housing industry into the future.”
Simon brings over two decades of experience in financial services technology and has specialized in mortgage for the last 14 years. Over the past several years eOriginal has seen continued success growing to 480+ clients, processing over 12 million transactions annually, and enabling the trusted execution of over $90 billion in digital securitizations.
In his current role, Simon is responsible for eOriginal’s product vision, strategy, design, and delivery across all industries, including mortgage, auto finance, marketplace lending, equipment leasing and banking. Prior to his appointment as Chief Product Office, Simon served as Senior Vice President and General Manager of Digital Mortgage where he was responsible for the successful execution of eOriginal’s mortgage growth strategy, including the product roadmap, business development, sales and solution delivery.
eOriginal’s digital mortgage solution supports every type of digital closing, from eNote only, to hybrid, to digital-first. Industry leaders, such as Quicken Loans, Wells Fargo Home Lending, and Fannie Mae all benefit from eOriginal’s efforts to digitize the mortgage ecosystem.
eOriginal guarantees trusted transactions of digital financial assets for all parties from the borrower to the secondary market. We do this by creating a ‘digital original’ document with all the legal and enforcement rights of a paper contract combined with the capital and operational efficiency of digitization. Our proven network provides certainty in how these digital assets are created and maintained, delivering the confidence, visibility and compliance lenders and buyers need. As a pioneer in the space, major financial institutions, leading law firms and credit ratings agencies have validated and rely on eOriginal as a trusted partner for digital lending transformation and management. In 2018, eOriginal was named to HousingWire’s HW Tech100™. For more information, visit www.eoriginal.com.
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BAM Communications for eOriginal