Alex Haditaghi news

  • Broker gives back to cause that once helped him

    The holiday season is a time for giving and one industry leader is raising money for a cause that is very dear to his heart.

  • Haditaghi explains CEO search

    Company founder Alex Haditaghi personally identified Ron Swift as the man to lead Pacific Mortgage Group to the “next level” as far back as eight months ago, he told MortgageBrokerNews.ca, with his decision to step down from the CEO post, in fact, ending a year-long search.

  • Swift takes over from Haditaghi

    Ron Swift is moving into the captain’s chair of Pacific Mortgage Group, leaving lender MCAP.

  • myNext moves to fill Macquarie/Concentra funding gap

    Lender myNext Mortgage Company is now extending its reach outside Mortgage Architects and MortgageBrokers.com to the rest of the broker channel, its CEO suggesting the move will help fill the funding gap left by two recent lender defections.

  • Ord's contributions to MA 'recognized'

    The president of Pacific Mortgage Group is publicly acknowledging the contributions of Mortgage Architects founder Bob Ord, at the same time expressing confidence in the team and corporate “culture” he left behind.

  • Pacific Mortgage Group riding high on Profit

    One of the broker channel’s biggest players – Pacific Mortgage Group – is now looming large on the national scene, with PROFIT magazine naming it the second most rapidly expanding company in Canada.

  • Former Invis exec weighs in on PMG takeover bid

    A former executive vice president for Invis Inc. is throwing cautious support behind the Pacific Mortgage Group takeover bid, suggesting it could strengthen the hand of member brokers in an increasingly competitive field.

  • MortgageBrokers.com CEO acquires Mortgage Architects

    Pacific NA, a financial services company founded and run by MortgageBrokers.com CEO Alex Haditaghi, has acquired Mortgage Architects and its lending arm, myNext Mortgage Company.

  • GTA brokerages being investigated: Globe and Mail

    A number of mortgage brokerages in the Greater Toronto Area are being audited by the federal privacy commissioner due to concerns over the security of client information, according to a report in the Globe and Mail.