Industry Veteran Robert Sivori Joins Ibis Software Board of Directors

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: March 26, 2024

Contact:

Gerald C. Wagner

Ibis Software Corporation

Phone: (510) 217-8775

Email: RevMort@gmail.com

 

Industry Veteran Robert Sivori Joins Ibis Software Board of Directors


Alameda, California: Ibis Software Corporation proudly announces the appointment of Robert Sivori as a Director, effective March 1, 2024.

Bringing a wealth of experience from the reverse mortgage industry, Sivori joins Ibis Software as a Director, poised to contribute significantly to the company’s strategic growth initiatives.

 

Sivori’s extensive background includes serving as an executive of respected organizations such as Celink, Reverse Mortgage Investment Trust, MetLife Bank, EverBank Reverse Mortgage, and BNY Mortgage Company. He also brings a longstanding directorship with the National Reverse Mortgage Lenders’ Association (NRMLA), further enhancing his expertise in the field. A bio accompanies this release. 

 

“Joining Ibis Software represents an exciting opportunity to leverage my industry insights and contribute to the company’s ongoing success,” said Robert Sivori, newly appointed Director.

 

Jerry Wagner, President of Ibis Software, along with the entire team, extends a warm welcome to Bob and expresses eagerness to collaborate closely with him, leveraging his invaluable expertise.

 

About Ibis Software Corporation:

 

For over two decades, Ibis Software Corporation has been at the forefront of innovation, introducing the first non-HUD software for calculating and disclosing Home Equity Conversion Mortgages (HECMs), the most popular form of reverse mortgages. Ibis has served esteemed clients such as Wells Fargo Home Mortgage, J.B. Nutter, the Senior Lending Network, and M&T Bank. Presently, Ibis focuses on providing software solutions to HUD-approved HECM loan counselors, alongside offering the National Reverse Mortgage Lenders Association (NRMLA) with its widely acclaimed online reverse mortgage calculator.

 

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