Coming on the heels of a reported net loss of $1.34 billion for 2021 at Finance of America, media reports indicate Bill Dallas has left Finance of America Mortgage as its president.
His LinkedIn profile indicates Dallas is no longer at Finance of America Mortgage, where he had served as president since March 2018. Dallas said on his profile he took Finance of America public on the New York Stock Exchange on April 1, 2020, and “doubled its size” while there.
Dallas is still associated with his investment company, Dallas Capital, which he founded in 1994, according to his LinkedIn profile.
National Mortgage Professional reached out to him for comment through Dallas Capital, but has not yet received a response. Finance of America Mortgage also has not yet respond to a request for comment.
As NMP reported earlier this month, “While touting progress in its sales of reverse mortgages, a change made to account for stock price declines and goodwill caused Finance of America Companies (FOA) to report a net loss of nearly $1.34 billion under generally accepted accounting principles.”
His departure comes soon after Finance of America CEO Patty Cook announced her retirement. Cook said she would stay on until a successor is found.