New American Funding Announces Jason Obradovich as VP, Capital Markets
New American Funding is pleased to announce that Jason Obradovich has joined the company as Vice President, Capital Markets.
Jason comes to New American Funding with a wealth of executive experience in developing and managing Capital Markets for financial institutions. At Countrywide/Bank of America, he managed pricing, trading, hedging and best execution for Countrywide's Secondary Marketing department, trading more than $1 trillion in mortgages. During his 13 years with the company, he also managed the pricing and trading in its correspondent lending division, and served as a Portfolio Manager for Countrywide Bank. He finished his career at Countrywide with the title of Executive Vice President.
More recently, Jason was the 1st VP of Secondary Marketing at Kinecta Federal Credit Union where he served for over four years. During his time with Kinecta, he started and built the company's Secondary Marketing and Allowance for Loan and Lease Losses team; served as the Chair of the Pricing Committee as Portfolio Manager, and was also a member of the Asset Liability Committee.
"I joined New American Funding for the opportunity to be a part of a talented and experienced organization with the culture of a large family, said Obradovich. "I am impressed by what the senior management team has created here and I am excited about their vision for the future. It is my intention to support the company's strategic goals by building a world class capital markets organization."
About New American Funding
New American Funding is a Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac and Ginnie Mae Direct Seller/Servicer, FHA Direct Endorsement – HUD Approved mortgage lender with approximately 700 employees and a servicing portfolio of over $2 billion. The company is licensed in 24 states, funds over $400 million a month, and offers a variety of purchase home loan and refinance loan options, including, Conventional, FHA, Fixed Rate and Adjustable Rate Mortgages, VA, HARP 2.0 and Jumbo Loans.