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Stanley M. Street

Stanley M. Street

Stanley M. Street, president of Street Resource Group, Inc. (SRG), manages the strategicvision of the company and oversees all consulting, sales, and customer relations activities. Street has 37 years of experience in the financial services industry and an unparalleledcommitment to leadership in the niche mortgage warehouse lending industry. With hisbackground as a business process engineer, Street provides thought leadership and deliversconsistent innovations in financial system methodologies and delivery systems through bothtechnology-based solutions and workflow re-organization.Street has had the opportunity to work in all facets of the retail mortgage lending and financial services industry. His experience includes accounting, loan servicing, bank operations, financial systems development, bank branch management, correspondent banking, mortgage lending and secondary market.With a diverse set of business process engineering skills, Street created and managed aconsulting group within the correspondent banking department at National Bank of Georgiaand took additional leadership roles that included presentation of lectures, seminars andworkshops for bank employees, vendors and regulators on emerging issues. He was thenappointed the bank’s financial systems manager, which made him responsible for completelyautomating the financial planning, analysis and reporting department. In 1986, Street Resource Group, Inc. was founded with a mission to provide informationsystems and business process consulting to the financial services industry. Street has grownthe company to be the leader in mortgage warehouse lending technology. Street is a quoted subject matter expert and byline contributor for several trade and nationalpublications, including Mortgage Banking, Mortgage Technology, National Mortgage Newsand the Wall Street Journal. His articles explore issues related to the impact of secondarymarket technologies, the implementation of best business practices, and the significance of theof mortgage warehouse lending to the mortgage industry in general.