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Stewart Mortgage Information Adds Alan Paylor to Form Default Solution Entity

June 4, 2004

HOUSTON, /PRNewswire/ -- C. Alan Paylor, a 25-year veteran of the financial services industry, has joined Stewart Mortgage Information to form a new entity offering a full array of default management and technology solutions supporting the mortgage and the consumer financial services industries.

"Throughout his career, Alan has produced positive results for clients across the financial services industry," said Don O'Neill, chief executive officer, Stewart Mortgage Information. "His long experience in the cross-sell mortgage marketplace and his track record with complicated integration projects make Alan an ideal addition to our senior executive team. I am pleased to have him on board and look forward to his innovative leadership."

Paylor previously served as general manager of Symetrix Inc., a company that has specialized in default management for 20 years, and as regional vice president with Computer Sciences Corp., a global provider of financial outsourced solutions in their Banking and Financial Solutions Group.

He has experience with application processing, business outsourcing and loan servicing within banks, insurance and finance companies. Paylor also has held business development and sales positions with Fidelity/ALLTEL AIS and First American Real Estate Information Services Inc. He received his Juris Doctorate from the University of West Los Angeles, Calif.

Source: Stewart Mortgage Information



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