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Joe Kennedy Photo Joe Kennedy
E-Loan, Inc., President and COO

"E-Loan Working With the Real Estate Pro "

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Joe Kennedy oversees all of E-LOAN's operations as President and Chief Operating Officer. Since joining the company in February 1999, Joe is credited with helping to establish E-LOAN as a national brand. He is noted for his leadership role in major strategic deals, including E-LOAN's acquisition and successful integration of from Bank of America.Prior to joining E-LOAN, Joe was widely recognized for developing and steering General Motors' highly acclaimed Saturn brand. As Saturn's Vice President of Sales, Service and Marketing, he was instrumental in leading Saturn to its position as the number-one-rated automotive retailer for customer satisfaction, as well as in helping the company achieve its coveted position as the fourth best-selling retail car line. Kennedy began at Saturn Corporation in 1985 as a core member of the 40-person start-up team. As the Product Planning Manager, he developed the strategy and plans for the new automotive subsidiary. Prior to its market launch in 1990, Kennedy assumed the role of Director of Marketing and Product Planning for Saturn and continued to rapidly rise through the ranks. Kennedy earned an MBA from Harvard Business School and a BS in Computer Engineering from Princeton University.

Contact Information:

Joe Kennedy
President and COO, E-Loan, Inc.
5875 Arnold Road
Dublin, CA 94568
(v) 925-241-2400
(f) 925-556-2178

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