Irvine, Calif.-based Impac Mortgage Holdings Inc., a provider of mortgage lending and warehouse lending solutions, has announced that its chief financial officer (CFO), Todd Taylor, is stepping down to pursue other professional opportunities.
Taylor will remain with the company until June 30 in order to ensure a smooth transition of responsibilities, the company says.
“On behalf of the company and our board of directors, I want to thank Todd for his financial leadership and many contributions during his 14 years with the company and his tenure as CFO the last 10 years. We wish him success in his new endeavors,” says George A. Mangiaracina, president of Impac Mortgage Holdings Inc.
The company has also announced the appointment of Brian Kuelbs as executive vice president and CFO, effective May 21. As CFO, Kuelbs will be responsible for overseeing financial aspects of the company, including capital allocation, treasury services, financial planning and analysis, M&A, accounting, SEC reporting, and tax and internal audit. Kuelbs has previously served as CFO for public and privately held real estate finance companies, depository institutions and private equity-backed ventures. He joins Impac with over 20 years of leadership experience at financial institutions.