New VP for SLK Global Solutions Announced
New VP for SLK Global Solutions Announced


Anthony Galiano

SLK Global Solutions, a business-process transformation enterprise that serves four of the top 25 banks, announced it has added yet another Anthony Galiano as VP or Mortgage Sales and Business Development.

In this role, Galiano will be responsible for growing SLK Global’s technology-enabled platform solutions and support services for retail mortgage originations and servicing, as well as facilitating the company’s expansion into the wholesale and correspondent markets. He will report to Nate Johnson, SVP Mortgage Business Leader. 

Galiano comes to SLK Global after working at some of the top firms in the mortgage space, including PHH Mortgage, Wells Fargo, and IGATE. Most recently, Galiano served as the director of non-QM correspondent lending with Silvergate Bank.

This is the third time in the last four months that SLK Global has added a new executive to strengthen its leadership team. Johnson joined the company in May and EVP Shannon Cobb came on board in June. The company has been supporting the U.S. mortgage industry for the past 18 years and has developed several technology platforms and business transformation services to help lenders remain profitable while meeting trending market demands.

“We are at a great place today and this is the right time to take a leap into newer mortgage markets,” said Johnson. “Anthony and I have worked together in the past, and I am confident his in-depth understanding of the mortgage market will strengthen our vision tremendously.”

Alok Datta, President of SLK Global America, added, “Anthony is thoughtful, insightful, and comes with extensive domain experience. He also demonstrates enthusiasm and creativity, both of which are highly valued at SLK Global. Anthony is a perfect addition to our team.”

“I’m excited to be part of such a vibrant and innovative team,” Galiano said. “Each and every one of the company’s platforms and services has been crafted with the end customer in mind. It’s my job now to make sure the lending industry sees what I see, and to offer solutions to industry decision-makers that are in tune with the current market needs of driving revenues, reducing costs and increasing productivity.”





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