BankUnited: Home Loan Chief Leaves

Gordon, Jennifer
February 2008
American Banker;2/6/2008, Vol. 173 Issue 25, p19
Trade Publication
The article reports on BankUnited Financial Corp. BankUnited lost $25.5 million due to exposure to the mortgage crisis and the 240% increase in their loan-loss provision to $65 million. Robert Green, head of the BankUnited's residential lending unit, has resigned and will be replaced by James Foster.


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