Matt Zames has been appointed the Chairman of the Board of Directors of Doma, a proptech company focused on bringing machine learning and proprietary technology to the real estate transaction sector. Zames has been apart of the Board for a number of years. He sat alongside Stuart Miller, Charles Moldow, Karen Richardson, Lawrence H. Summers, and Max Simkoff.
“This is just the beginning for Doma, and I’m incredibly excited to be taking on this role at a time when the company is not only seeing tremendous growth but has a clear path to meaningfully increase its current market share by 2023. In just a few short years, Doma has already disrupted the antiquated real estate closing industry by leveraging proprietary machine learning technology to win the business of several of the country’s largest banks and mortgage originators. This is a great board and an excellent team and I can’t wait to continue the work of fundamentally changing how people buy homes.”
Zames has deep operating experience, having been President of Cerberus Capital Management, L.P., and the former COO at JPMorgan Chase & Co. He brings to the Chairman position, insights to help Doma accelerate growth and become a publicly-traded company through the help of a merger with Capitol Investment Corp. V.
Max Simkoff, CEO of Doma, said:
“Our independent Board brings invaluable experience, expertise and insights that will be essential not only to bringing our solution to more households, real estate professionals, title agents and lenders, but also to starting our journey as a public company. Matt stepping in as Chairman of the Board allows me to be even more laser-focused as CEO on growing the business and our product offerings; I couldn’t be more excited for what is ahead for Doma.”