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PeerIQ Appoints Senior Credit Risk Executive Kevin Walsh as Chief Commercial Officer

New York, Nov. 03, 2017 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- PeerIQ, a leading provider of data and analytics for the consumer lending sector, today announced the appointment of Kevin Walsh as Chief Commercial Officer. Walsh will report to PeerIQ CEO, Ram Ahluwalia.

In his position, Walsh will be responsible for new revenue generation, major partnerships, and leading the company’s sales, marketing, and delivery teams.

“A former colleague and trusted friend, Kevin has successfully led and grown major businesses across the credit spectrum—from risk analytics to origination to servicing,” said Ram Ahluwalia. “He brings unparalleled expertise, product and market knowledge, and leadership that will ensure PeerIQ continues to deliver the best solutions to our customers and partners, particularly as we expand into new customer segments and credit verticals.”

Walsh brings more than 20 years of consumer credit risk experience. Prior to PeerIQ, he ran direct-to-consumer mortgage lending for Ocwen Financial, where he led $3B in annual production. He began his career in analytical consulting at Inductis and Opera Solutions, where he led engagements in underwriting, pricing, marketing, and fraud management in consumer and small business credit. He also served as SVP, Credit and Marketing Analytics at Advanta Bank Corp. Walsh holds a Ph.D. in Physics from Yale, where conducted NASA-funded research, and his B.S. in Applied Physics from Cornell.

About PeerIQ

PeerIQ is a data and analytics company that bridges the gap between lenders and the capital markets, offering transparency, data validation, and loan-level credit analytics so parties can transact with confidence. Our platform simplifies workflows across the consumer credit funding cycle—from whole loans to credit facilities to ABS—enabling the safe and secure movement of capital into the lending markets. More information is available at www.peeriq.com.

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Source: PeerIQ