Ocwen Financial Chooses Sean O’Neil to Head Global Financial Efforts as CFO


Ocwen Financial Corp., a non-bank mortgage servicer and originator, has appointed Sean O’Neil as executive vice president and CFO, effective June 13.

O’Neil will be responsible for leading the company’s global finance organization. He joins Ocwen from Bayview Asset Management LLC, where he served as the company’s CFO since 2015. Prior to this role, he held a number of senior positions at financial institutions, including serving as group financial officer for Wells Fargo, Eastern Community Bank and as CFO for Wachovia’s Wealth Management Group. Before joining Wachovia, he was a senior manager at Boston Consulting Group, where he worked with financial services companies in Europe and North America. O’Neil began his career as a nuclear submarine officer in the U.S. Navy.

“Sean is a proven CFO with extensive experience in providing financial, operational and strategic leadership to large financial services companies,” states Glen A. Messina, president and CEO of Ocwen. “He has an impressive track record of driving cost leadership and profitable growth, optimizing liquidity, and strategic planning that will be instrumental as we continue to navigate a challenging mortgage originations market. We believe Sean’s background in both the private and public sectors is a strong fit for us as we execute on our priorities to deliver results, create value and position Ocwen for long-term success.”

O’Neil will succeed June C. Campbell, who will be leaving the company after a transition period to pursue opportunities outside of Ocwen.

“On behalf of our board of directors, I want to sincerely thank June for her contributions to Ocwen over the past three years,” comments Messina. “June came to Ocwen during a pivotal time when we were in the early stages of the Ocwen-PHH merger and integration. She was a key leader who helped us successfully transform the company, build a balanced business model, enhance our relationships with the investment community and strengthen our finance function, leaving a solid foundation for Sean to build upon. I wish June all the best in her future endeavors.”

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