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Former Genpact president to grow home equity lender’s sales team
and support development of affinity partnerships

Feb. 18, 2020 – PHILADELPHIA – Spring EQ, a leading nationwide second mortgage lender that is using technology to change the way consumers access their home equity, announced that Gregory Gentek has joined the company as senior vice president of sales. In his new role, Gentek will be responsible for growing Spring EQ’s sales team and supporting the development of the company’s affinity partnerships with other companies.

Gentek has more than 25 years of mortgage banking experience. Before joining Spring EQ, he served as president of Genpact Mortgage Services. Gentek also served in senior vice president positions at JPMorgan Chase, Freedom Mortgage and PHH Mortgage, where he gained valuable experience in white label business. He graduated from Rowan University with a bachelor’s degree in economics.

“Greg‘s long and distinguished real estate finance career and his deep sales experience make him the ideal choice for this role,” Spring EQ Founder and CEO Jerry Schiano said. “He brings a valuable perspective to our senior management team and is well suited to help us achieve ongoing growth.”

In addition to his other duties, Gentek will be responsible for establishing and implementing Spring EQ’s sales strategies and goals as well as overseeing all direct-to-consumer activities, supervising sales managers, scaling first and second mortgage teams at multiple locations, and recruiting, training and developing loan officers.

“The decision to join Spring EQ’s team was an easy one because of its culture,” Gentek said. “Spring EQ is well positioned for any interest rate cycle with its home-equity and first-mortgage divisions.”


About Spring EQ
Spring EQ is a leading national home equity lender that originates high-quality second mortgages through direct-to-consumer and third-party origination channels. By blending the latest technology with the right process and people, Spring EQ is fundamentally changing the way consumers access the equity in their homes and making home equity lending easier for borrowers, lender partners and financial institutions alike. For more information, visit