CEO, PCN Network
Pritam Advani is one of the co-founders of PCN Network and has been the visionary behind the company’s unique business model. He is a seasoned executive with an extensive financial and business background. As a result of this experience, Pritam has been able to successfully interpret the current state of the title/mortgage services market and develop unique solutions, including PCN’s proprietary Safe Escrow technology which provides the industry’s first centrally managed but locally executable funding solution.
Prior to founding PCN Network, Pritam held senior executive positions at both private and public companies including as Vice President of Business Development with NECHealth, Inc. and as Chief Financial Officer at E-Transport Inc., TechRx, Inc. and Cost Containment Corporation. He previously practiced as a CPA with Ernst and Young, LLP for over 10 years.
Pritam serves or has served as a director on the Board of Duquesne Light Holdings, Inc., TrueCommerce, Inc., and Uptivity and as Director and Treasurer of The Verland Foundation and Family Services of Western PA., not-for-profit social services providers.
President, PCN Network
Kenneth Smolar is President of PCN. Ken previously served as PCN’s Executive Vice President. Since PCN’s inception in 2004, Ken has been responsible for sales and business development, generating all of its new business and overseeing customer accounts. Ken is known throughout the national title industry as having expertise on UPL matters and has served as a panelist at multiple national title industry conferences and forums.
Previously, Ken practiced law in private and government capacities. He served as Counsel for the Pennsylvania Securities Commission and as a Deputy Attorney General in the Pennsylvania Office of Attorney General. Ken additionally has worked in a business development and customer relations capacity with several businesses. Ken received a B.A. from Haverford College and a J.D. from the Boston University School of Law, and is admitted to practice law in Georgia, Massachusetts, New York, and Pennsylvania, as well as in the U.S. Supreme Court, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit and the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Pennsylvania.