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Brett L. Foster undefined

Of Counsel

Texas & Ohio
Tel: (949) 477-5050

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Brett L. Foster recently joined Wright, Finlay & Zak as Of Counsel. For over 25 years, his practice has focused on the business and regulatory compliance issues faced by banks, credit unions and mortgage bankers. Mr. Foster has extensive experience advising clients on residential and commercial mortgage lending operations and licensing, payments, and vendor engagement across numerous financial services platforms. Prior to joining Wright, Finlay and Zak, Mr. Foster held positions as General Counsel of a regional bank and national mortgage loan servicer, Chief Compliance Officer for one of the country’s largest retail consumer finance and wholesale mortgage lenders, and global lead counsel for credit services business process outsourcing of a Fortune Global 500 technology and consulting firm.

Education

  • Wilmington College of Ohio (B.A., Economics, 1988)
  • Capital University Law School (J.D., Order of the Curia, 1994)

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