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Austin mortgage exec to lead new Texas lender
Cannatti formerly was the Texas area manager for Cherry Creek Mortgage Corp. He held other positions with Network Funding LP, Countrywide Home Loans and 1st Metropolitan Mortgage. He has served as president of the Austin Mortgage Bankers 

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With more than 30 years of experience in banking, Wiginton began his career at Allied Bank of Texas in Houston as a loan officer after attending the University of Texas at Austin, where he earned a Bachelor of Business Administration in finance and

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Texas land commissioner doesn't reveal Austin home, loan

“We remain available to any person who wants to contact us and discuss the law, and we can help anybody in the process of filing any corrections or amendments that are necessary,” Steusloff said.

Lee Speickerman, a spokesman with the Bush campaign, said Bush and his wife used the trust to buy the home for the family’s personal safety.

“Commissioner Bush’s family has received death threats for years, long predating the Commissioner’s entry into politics. The family has also received suspicious packages. Because of these serious family safety issues, Commissioner Bush and his wife Amanda created a trust to hold the West Austin home they occupy,” Spieckerman said in a written statement.

Speickerman said Bush is “fervently committed” to ethics and transparency in government and thoroughly complies with public financial statement reporting requirements.

“It’s important to emphasize that the whole reason behind the Texas officeholder (public financial statement) is to show any potential conflicts of interest that might affect an officeholder’s discharging of his/her official duties,” Speickerman said. “The Bush home obviously doesn’t pose such a conflict.

George P. Bush's secret mansion is financed by an undisclosed loan from Texas donor's bank

For all practical purposes, it is a secret mansion.

That secrecy raises questions about whether Bush violated state ethics laws — his campaign says he has not — or if he’s just found a loophole you can drive a Texas-sized pickup through.

Under Texas law, candidates must disclose a “beneficial interest” in real estate, along with any loans over $1,000. But it’s not clear if those obligations apply to the kind of trust the Bushes set up. Bush aides say they don’t, and an official at the Texas Ethics Commission said the agency apparently has not yet encountered this type of scenario.

“I’m not aware of any opinions from the commission specifically addressing these facts,” said Ian Steusloff, general counsel at the Ethics Commission. “Whether that constitutes a beneficial interest would depend on the facts. Every case is different.”

In a written statement, Bush’s political director Ash Wright dismissed any reporting on Bush’s private trust and the undisclosed $850,000 loan as “another absurd fake news story from the liberal media” — though errors discovered by The Texas Tribune later prompted the campaign to promise that Bush will amend his ethics filings.