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Mission Capital, Global Financial Review form new mortgage services firm

Mission Capital Advisors and Global Financial Review have formed Mission Global through the merger of Global Financial Review and Mission Capital’s mortgage services business.

Mission Global will provide a portfolio of due diligence and other risk management services for institutions buying, selling, securitizing or managing mortgage and consumer loans through its more than 200 full time mortgage industry executives and an extensive network of highly experienced consultants.

Mission Capital Principal, Joe Runk, has been named chief executive officer of Mission Global, while Global Financial Review’s founder and president, Trenton Staley, will serve as president of the new company.

Dwight Bostic and Mimi Grotto, both managing directors at Mission Capital, along with Dennis Zehnle and Donna Kubena, both senior executives at Global Financial, will serve in key management roles at Mission Global.

Runk vommented, “We saw this combination as one that completes both companies’ product offerings into a single source solution for clients.”

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