Mortgage industry leader helms fintech security company

Mortgage lending industry veteran Regina M. Lowrie is dipping into fintech with a new transactional security company.

Lowrie, former chairperson of the Mortgage Bankers Association, is now president and CEO of fintech company Dytrix — a cloud-based app created to help prevent wire fraud and business email compromise.

Business email compromise is a form of scamming where business emails are intercepted and information or money is taken by scammers. The FBI reported nearly $3 billion in losses…

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