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Company Overview of Digital Risk, LLC
Digital Risk, LLC provides quality control, due diligence, valuation, fulfillment, and analytics, as well as governance, risk, and compliance services for the financial services market. It offers digital risk mortgage services, such as origination, and consultation with mortgage originators and banks to identify and implement efficiencies in the origination process; digital risk valuation services, such as traditional and non-traditional valuation products and services to enhance evaluating the marketability and value of properties; and a multi-dimensional mortgage analytic platform that models credit and manufacturing risk for predicting and analyzing fraud and loan defaults, loss and prepa...
2301 Maitland Center Parkway
Maitland, FL 32751
Founded in 2005
Key Executives for Digital Risk, LLC
Chief Executive Officer and Managing Partner
Co-Founder, Managing Partner and Director
Executive Vice President of Capital Markets
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2015.
Digital Risk, LLC Key Developments
Digital Risk, LLC Announces Executive Resignations, Effective from December 1, 2014
Sep 26 14
Digital Risk LLC's top executive, Peter Kassabov, is resigning as well as the company's president Alex Santos. The executives resignation was confirmed just days after the Maitland-based company filed paperwork with the state of Florida about the layoffs. The executives' resignations will be effective December 1, 2014.
Digital Risk to Lay Off 33 Workers in Lake Mary
Sep 24 14
Lake Mary's Digital Risk LLC is again laying off employees. Digital Risk filed paperwork with the state of Florida Sept. 22 saying it would lay off 33 workers on Nov. 19. The workers are in finance and insurance.
Digital Risk, LLC Lays Off Jobs
Feb 12 14
Digital Risk LLC handed out more than 740 pink slips statewide on February 11, 2014, about three-quarters of them in Central Florida, as part of a restructuring of its work force amid turbulence in the mortgage market. The layoffs would affect about 40% of its employees, a potentially dramatic reversal for the company. The company cited an unanticipated drop-off in demand and volume triggered by volatility in the mortgage-services market. It is uncertain, however, how many people will ultimately lose their jobs or remain employed when the action takes effect April 12, 2014. Most, if not all, of the positions are being reclassified to contract, temporary or part-time work to create a variable or flex work force more responsive to changing demand for its services.
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