MCLEAN, Va. October 18, 2022 – Freddie Mac (OTCQB: FMCC) Multifamily announced two new underwriting vice presidents. Caitlin Myhre has been promoted to vice president, Risk Distribution & Credit, overseeing risk distribution and credit as well as underwriting for structured offerings. Adam Monti has been promoted to vice president, Conventional Underwriting, overseeing underwriting and credit nationwide for conventional loans.
“Both of these individuals are long-time Freddie Mac Multifamily underwriting staff who have proved their leadership skills consistently over the years, bringing value to our Optigo® lenders, borrowers and Freddie Mac teammates,” said Ian Ouwerkerk, senior vice president of Multifamily Underwriting & Credit. “With Adam and Caitlin in their new roles, the Freddie Mac underwriting management team is firmed up and on strong footing for the remainder of 2022 and beyond.”
Caitlin Myhre started with Freddie Mac in 2010 and has held a number of roles in Multifamily underwriting. She left Freddie Mac in 2018 to work for a mortgage REIT, focusing on the trust’s multifamily investment portfolio, which included Freddie Mac K-Deal® B-pieces, and other multifamily debt investments. Myhre returned to Freddie Mac in 2020 as senior director of Underwriting & Credit for structured products. She has also supported Freddie Mac’s growing equitable housing efforts, since returning. Myhre holds a Bachelor of Science in Real Estate from DePaul University.
Adam Monti first joined Freddie Mac in 2008 and rose through the ranks to be senior director of Underwriting & Credit for the Central region. In his 14 years with Freddie Mac, Monti led several initiatives, including streamlining documentation processes and leading the top sponsor due diligence process. Monti has a bachelor’s degree in economics from Michigan State University and is a designated Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) charterholder.
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