Continuing on with years of service to the organization, Chief Legal Officer joins board.
PALM HARBOR, FL - September 18, 2017 - Nationwide Title Clearing (NTC), the leading post-closing services provider for the nation’s largest financial institutions, investors and servicers, announced today that Myron Finley, NTC’s Chief Legal Officer, has been elected to the board of directors of the Property Records Industry Association (PRIA). Finley will serve a two-year term on the board, serving in the business category. Finley took his place on the board during a ceremony at the organization’s Annual Conference last month in Nashville, Tenn.
“PRIA could not have asked for a better legal expert to sit on its board,” said NTC Chief Executive Officer John Hillman. “Myron is a conscientious, hard-working executive that will serve the organization well as a member of its board. I’m grateful to him for his continued service to our firm and the industry, especially as it relates to a matter as critical as the public record.”
Finley has been a lawyer for more than 35 years, and has been with Nationwide Title Clearing for over 17 years, in both his current position and previously with outside counsel. His job duties include responsibility for defining, articulating and maintaining industry best practice standards for documentation nationwide. He is also involved in all aspects of compliance and risk management, and is a founding member of NTC’s Risk Assessment Committee. In 2013 he was named co-chairperson of PRIA’s Business Processes and Procedures Committee. He is a member of the National Association of County Recorders, Election Officials and Clerks (NACRC) and of the Mortgage Bankers Association (MBA).
“I’m happy to do my part to ensure that the system of land records that forms the bedrock our industry is built upon remains strong and competently managed,” Finley said. “My experience working with PRIA, its officers and members has been very good over the years. I look forward to serving these next two years as a board member and contributing to the ongoing success of the organization.”
NTC recently celebrated its 26th year of innovative service to the mortgage industry and has also been recognized for its excellence over the years. Among its accolades have been inclusion in the Inc 5000 list for four years since 2012, inclusion in the Tampa Bay Times Top 100 Workplace five times since 2011, inclusion in the Tampa Bay Business Journal Fast 50 for 2013 and TBBJ Top 200 Private Employers in 2015. Numerous NTC executives have garnered industry recognition for their contributions over the years.
In all, PRIA elected seven new directors in three categories to serve two-year terms on the Board of Directors. For a complete list of board members, visit the PRIA website.
The Property Records Industry Association (PRIA) develops and promotes national standards and best practices for the land records industry. PRIA is a coalition of government and business partners collaborating to formulate positions on issues of common interest. PRIA strives to identify areas of consensus within the industry, leading to recommendations for national standards pertaining to recordable documents. For more information, visit www.pria.us.