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Mike Gill to Join HPC as SVP of Capital Markets

Seasoned attorney brings extensive securitization, financial services, and technology expertise.

Washington, D.C. – The Housing Policy Council (HPC) announced today that Mike Gill will join its executive team on December 1 as Senior Vice President for Capital Markets. An attorney with three decades of experience, Gill most recently served as Chief of Staff, Head of Strategy, and Senior Vice President at Common Securitization Solutions (CSS). Gill will assist in advancing HPC’s policy and advocacy work, with a focus on mortgage-backed securitization, capital markets, innovation, and the adoption of technology in housing finance.

“We are excited for Mike to join the team. He has a tremendous depth of knowledge and experience on a variety of technology, securitization, and other capital markets issues,” said HPC President Ed DeMarco. “He will be a key player in HPC’s efforts to identify and promote policies that advance an economically sound housing finance system. By harnessing the power and capacity of capital markets, the housing finance system can deliver low-cost and stable funding for homebuyers, broadening access to sustainable homeownership opportunities.”

At CSS, Gill was responsible for developing the company’s plan to evolve the Common Securitization Platform by expanding its capabilities to provide additional services. Prior to CSS, Gill served as the Chief Operating Officer of the U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) as well as the Chief of Staff to the CFTC Chairman. Prior to his Executive Branch service, Mike spent more than ten years as an attorney with Crowell & Moring, LLP, concentrating on the energy and financial service sectors.

Mike has a Bachelor of Arts in economics from the University of Dayton, a Master of Arts in government from Johns Hopkins University, and his Juris Doctorate from the Catholic University of America.

HPC also announced that Angel Hernandez, Vice President for Capital Markets, is stepping down to pursue another opportunity. “We are very sorry to bid farewell to Angel Hernandez,” added DeMarco. “During his time with us, Angel had a positive impact on our secondary mortgage market work, particularly regarding HPC’s engagement with Ginnie Mae. We wish him the best in his newest endeavor.”


About HPC

The Housing Policy Council (HPC) is a trade association whose members are among the nation’s leading mortgage originators, servicers, insurers & data/settlement service providers. Founded in 2003, HPC advocates for a competitive marketplace that embraces accountability, transparency, and consistency. Members of HPC are committed to working with all stakeholders to realize a resilient housing finance system that expands opportunity, improves the customer experience, and operates efficiently and safely.


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