CEO Coaching International Congratulates Client NewDay USA on Doubling Revenue in 2020

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MIAMI, Fla., Nov. 05, 2020 – CEO Coaching International, the leading firm coaching over 340 of the world’s top growth-focused entrepreneurs, congratulates its client NewDay USA on surpassing 2020 revenue estimates while remaining dedicated to veteran families.  

NewDay USA, one of the leading veteran mortgage lenders in the country, recently announced it will more than double its revenue in 2020 to over $300 million, up from $152 million in 2019. Projections indicate the company will serve more than 20,000 veteran families in 2020 and more than 40,000 in 2021. 

“This has been a challenging time for most Americans, and home ownership has never been more important to the financial well-being of veterans and service members,” said Founder and CEO Rob Posner. “No matter what the challenge, NewDay has always stuck to its core principles: hiring teammates with integrity; investing in good times and bad; and fostering a culture of service.”  

“Our team members are driven by the noble purpose of making every veteran realize the American dream of home ownership and providing them the opportunity to refinance to save money for their families. Our guiding principle is to ensure we put every veteran in a better place,” he added. 

“Rob is an inspirational and visionary leader who has built a truly world class team at NewDay USA,” said Sheldon Harris, a partner at CEO Coaching International and Posner’s coach. “They are making a meaningful impact in the lives of so many veterans and their families.” 

About NewDay USA 

NewDay USA is a nationwide VA mortgage lender focused on helping active military personnel, veterans, and their families achieve their financial and housing goals. NewDay, which was named a Best Military Lender by National Mortgage Professional, is also a Ginnie Mae (GNMA) approved issuer/servicer. The company employs best practices in mortgage lending and career growth for mortgage professionals. Consistent with its mission, NewDay is a philanthropic partner of numerous organizations focused on assisting military veterans and their families in need. The NewDay USA Foundation provides four-year scholarships to the children of fallen and severely disabled military veterans to attend JROTC military high schools across the nation. The company is also a major philanthropic partner of the Medal of Honor Foundation, the USO, Boulder Crest Retreat for Military and Veteran Wellness, and is a major sponsor of the Military Bowl. Community service and giving back in the form of volunteerism also play a significant role among the NewDay USA workforce. NewDay USA is a registered trade name of New Day Financial, LLC (NMLS # 1043), which is a key holding of Chrysalis Holdings, LLC, a premier private investment company focused on the financial services industry. For more information about NewDay USA, visit 

About CEO Coaching International 

CEO Coaching International works with the world’s top entrepreneurs, CEOs, and companies to dramatically grow their business, develop their people, and elevate their overall performance. Known globally for its success in coaching growth-focused entrepreneurs to meaningful exits, CEO Coaching International has coached more than 600 CEOs and entrepreneurs in more than 40 countries. Every coach at CEO Coaching International is a former CEO or President that has made big happen. The firm’s coaches have led double-digit sales and profit growth in businesses ranging in size from startups to over $1 billion, and many are founders that have led their companies through successful eight and nine figure exits. CEOs and entrepreneurs working with CEO Coaching International for three years or more have experienced an average EBITDA CAGR of 66.4% during their time as a client, more than five times the national average. For more information, please visit: 

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