Ex-CoreLogic general counsel lands executive roles at Fannie Mae

by Candyd Mendoza25 Mar 2019

Fannie Mae has appointed Stergios Theologides as executive vice president, general counsel, and corporate secretary, effective March 28.

With 20 years of legal and business experience, Theologides has held general counsel roles in the housing, fintech, financial and business services industries.

He most recently worked as senior vice president, general counsel, and secretary at CoreLogic. Theologides was a member of CoreLogic’s management committee, assisted in guiding the company’s strategic and innovation efforts, as well as advised the company on various priorities such as compliance, information security, internal audit, and enterprise risk.

Before CoreLogic, he served at Morgan Stanley’s US residential mortgage business as executive vice president and at the Federal Reserve Board as a member of its Consumer Advisory Council.

"It's an honor to join Fannie Mae. I look forward to working alongside the leadership team to help Fannie Mae continue its mission of providing liquidity, access to credit, and affordability in all U.S. housing markets at all times," said Theologides.

"Terry joins the Fannie Mae leadership team with an impressive background of legal and management experience, combined with a broad and deep understanding of the mortgage, real estate, and financial services sectors," said Hugh Frater, interim CEO of Fannie Mae. "Terry is a thoughtful leader with a proven track record as a strong General Counsel with extensive experience managing high-performing, client-focused teams. He will play an important leadership role in helping us achieve our strategic priorities as we continue our work with customers and partners to increase the supply of affordable housing and drive innovation in the mortgage industry."