Two Harbors Investment Corp (NYSE: TWO) announced that William Greenberg, the company’s President and Chief Executive Officer, has been selected to also function as the company’s Chief Investment Officer.
The company enters into reciprocally affable Parting and Discharge Arrangement with Matthew Koeppen
The company arrived into a reciprocally affable Parting and Discharge Arrangement with Matthew Koeppen, pursuant to which Mr. Koeppen will stop functioning as the company’s Chief Investment Officer, with the instant outcome.
William Greenberg has worked as President and Chief Executive Officer of Two Harbors since June 2020 and as an Administrator since September 2020. Mr. Greenberg worked as Co-Chief Asset Officer from January 2020 to June 2020 and as Co-Deputy Principal Asset Officer from June 2018 to January 2020.
Greenberg has over 25 years of involvement in handling selections of organized investment assets. Prior to attending as an asset expert for Two Harbors start in 2012, he was a Managing Director at UBS AG, holding various high-ranking spots with errands, including handling the loan repurchase obligation risk connected to over $100 billion of RMBS and whole loans delivered and/or retailed by UBS.
Greenberg was Co-Head of Interchange within the SNB StabFund, including handling $40 billion of bequest RMBS, ABS, and CMBS collaterals and advances. Before joining UBS, Mr. Greenberg was a Managing Director at Natixis NA, where he co-managed RMBS and Agency Hypothecation Examining Rights collections. Mr. Greenberg holds a B.S. degree in physics from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and an M.S. and Ph.D. degrees in theoretical nuclear physics from the University of Washington.
ADT Inc (NYSE: ADT) Conveys Copyright Breach Suit against Vivint Smart Home Inc (NYSE: VVNT)
ADT Inc (NYSE: ADT) transported activities for Copyright breach against Vivint Smart Home Inc (NYSE: VVNT), a safety and alarm company headquartered in Provo, Utah.
Distinct but related actions have been recorded with the U.S. International Trade Commission and in the United States District Court for the Western District of Texas.
Vivint has presented and endorsed a sequence of products deliberately trespassing upon numerous of ADT’s copyrights, the complaint stresses. These copyrights cover ADT’s investments and novelties in smart home incorporation, data gathering, and control panel purposes and lines, among other competencies and skins. Precisely, according to the grievance, Vivint produces counting the Vivint Home Security System, SkyControl Panel, and Vivint Smart Hub infringe U.S. Patents No. 8,976,937 and No. 9,286,772, belonging to ADT.
“Vivint commenced its SkyControl Panel and connected produces with the direct wish, in the verses of its previous CEO, to ‘control whatever and all inside the home,’” said David W. Smail, ADT’s Executive Vice President and Chief Legal Officer.