Longstanding CAAMP VP to step down

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Brokers may be wondering if there will be a directional change for the national association, with a longstanding CAAMP Vice President set to step down from his post this summer.

“It is with personal regret, but best wishes that I announce the retirement of CAAMP's VP of Member Services and former Executive Director of CIMBL, Michael Ellenzweig from fulltime employment this June,” CAAMP’s chair, Paul Kozan said. “Michael’s departure signifies the end of an era for the Canadian mortgage industry.”

Ellenzweig is a past CAAMP Mortgage Hall of Fame inductee and has held the position of VP, members services for over 15 years. He has also had a CAAMP award – the CAAMP Michael Ellenzweig Outstanding Service Award – named in his honour.

“A mentor, a colleague, a leader and a friend, Michael has touched many people throughout his career,” Kozan said.
  • Nikki on 2014-01-16 8:30:46 AM

    This is sad news! All the best to you Micheal in your future endeavors!

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