Secure Settlements Inc. (SSI), a data intelligence and risk analytics company for the mortgage industry, has welcomed Kenneth Donohue, former U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Inspector General under Presidents George W. Bush and Barack Obama, to its Industry Leader Advisory Board.
The company says Donohue joins other notable industry leaders, including Armando Falcon, former agency director of the Federal Housing Finance Agency; Regina Lowrie, former president of the Mortgage Bankers Association; Peter Stevens, former state insurance commissioner; and Robert Levy, former state banking commissioner, in offering strategic advice and counsel in the continued development of SSI's closing table data intelligence, risk evaluation, monitoring and reporting business.
In addition to his service at HUD, Donohue previously had a 21-year career with the U.S. Secret Service as a special agent, culminating with an assignment to the assistant director's CIA Counter-Terrorism Center, and later was appointed assistant director, office of investigations, within the Resolution Trust Corp. (RTC).
After the RTC, Donohue served in the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. office of legal counsel's criminal fraud unit. He has also served as a member of the president's corporate fraud task force, as well as the Troubled Asset Relief Program inspector general council. He currently serves as director and senior advisor of CohnReznick LLP advisory group – government services.