Paul Glantz has lead Proctor as its President since January 1, 2007. Under Paul’s leadership, the business has continued its track record of producing strong growth and enhanced performance on behalf of its clients. Prior to assuming his current position, he had served for 16 years as Proctor’s Chief Financial Officer.
Paul possesses an in-depth and “hands on” understanding of the mortgage business having acquired substantial experience through progressively more responsible positions in finance, insurance, and real estate. After graduating from Wayne State University in 1980, he started his career as a Commercial Loan Analyst with Comerica Bank-Detroit. Upon learning that he had passed the CPA examination at his first sitting, he subsequently joined Ernst & Young. After several years as a tax practitioner and the attainment of his CPA designation, Paul accepted a position with Pulte Homes, Inc. serving as Corporate Risk Manager, Assistant Treasurer, and later, as President of its wholly-owned subsidiary, First Line Insurance Services.
Paul holds a Bachelor’s of Science Degree in Business Administration with High Distinction from Wayne State University and a Master’s Degree in Taxation from Walsh College. In March 2006, Wayne State’s Business School recognized Paul’s accomplishments by awarding him its Distinguished Alumnus Award. In May, 2011, Wayne State’s Irvin D. Reid Honors College named him one of their first ever “Pillar Award” recipients as an alumnus affiliated with the college who has distinguished himself in his profession and in service to humanity. On October 29, 2011, at its annual leadership awards dinner, Walsh College honored Paul with its 2011 Distinguished Alumnus Award.
Paul is actively involved in numerous philanthropic endeavors. His volunteer efforts include serving as a member of the Board of Directors of Gleaners Community Food Bank of Southeastern Michigan and the Wayne State University Foundation, as Chairman of the Wayne State University Foundation Investment Committee Board and as Treasurer of the Detroit Chapter of Variety International. In recognition of his contributions, Paul was awarded the 2007 Presidential Citation Award by the Detroit Chapter of Variety International, The Children’s Charity. Connect with Paul Glantz on LinkedIn.
Mohamed joined Proctor in 2001 as the Director of Financial Reporting. Before his promotion to Executive Vice President & Chief Operating Officer, he ascended in the company with the roles of Chief Financial Officer and Chief Administrative Officer. Mohamed works closely with Proctor’s hazard tracking clients to analyze regulatory and industry trends to assist in identifying operational issues that benefit from workflow engineering. Under his leadership, various proprietary applications, including IIM – Intelligent Insurance Manager, were developed and implemented.
Prior to joining Proctor, Mohamed served as Director of Financial Reporting for Great Lakes Health Plan, the second largest Medicaid insurance company in Michigan. He has over 20 years of experience in the insurance industry. He holds a Bachelor’s of Science degree in Accounting from Mansura University in Egypt where he ranked second in a class of 2,000 students. Mohamed also holds a Master’s degree in Accounting from Walsh College. Connect with Mohamed Elewa on LinkedIn.
Mike joined Proctor in 1985 serving in various roles before his promotion to Senior Vice President of Lender Services in 2006. He currently manages insurance carrier relationships and contracts, operates as Chief Underwriting Officer, and oversees lender-placed customer service and claims for hazard and flood insurance. Under Mike’s leadership, Proctor has developed and maintained six exclusive carrier partnerships rated AM Best “A” or better.
Mike earned his CPCU designation in 1998 and was instrumental in developing Proctor’s lender-placed flood program, customer service guidelines, company-wide Quality of Service Award program and ISO 9001:2008 certification. Connect with Mike Cox on LinkedIn.
With over 35 years of experience in the mortgage industry, Val has been a part of the Proctor team since 1997. She has held various positions within the company and most recently directs Proctor’s compliance program as it relates to pending and enacted legislation referencing lender-placed insurance and mortgage servicing, including Dodd-Frank, flood compliance, RESPA, CFPB and state regulations. Val focuses on Freddie Mac and Fannie Mae regulations, Reg AB Attestation, Proctor’s identity theft program (Red Flag Rule) and ISO 9001:2008 registration. Her efforts ensure that Proctor’s clients remain in compliance.
Prior to joining the company, Val worked at First Federal of Michigan for over 25 years. She has served in the Women’s Air Force at Andrews/Bolling Air Force Base in Washington, D.C. Connect with Val on LinkedIn.
Linda and her team work closely with Proctor’s largest clients to implement strategic initiatives and to ensure that Proctor’s service deliverables are reviewed and modified to remain highly effective as the loan servicing landscape changes over time.
Maureen joined Proctor in 2009 and holds seven years of industry experience. As Senior Vice President of Client Technology, she is responsible for the technical teams who design, develop, test, and install all of Proctor’s enterprise applications. Additional responsibilities include definition standards, policies, and procedures which guide technical processes for Proctor.
Maureen’s technical teams are integral to Proctor’s client implementation process, new application development, and ongoing maintenance functions. Throughout her 30 year career in systems development and technical operations, Maureen has built and managed numerous successful technical organizations across many functional disciplines and lines of business. Maureen completed her undergraduate work at The College of William and Mary, holds an MBA in Computers Systems and Quantitative Methods from Hofstra University, and was conferred her Doctorate in Business Administration by Lawrence Technological University in 2011.