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First American Appoints President of Mortgage Services Division

August 20, 2013

First American Title Insurance Company hired Kevin Wall as president of its First American Mortgage Services (FAMS) division.

Wall joins FAMS with more than 20 years of experience in the mortgage and settlement industries. Most recently, he served as an executive vice president for Solutionstar, a wholly owned subsidiary of Nationstar, where he focused on building ancillary services for the firm. Prior to that, Wall was senior vice president of business and information services at CoreLogic.

During his career, Wall has held marketing, business line operations and portfolio management and retention positions of increasing responsibility at Norwest Financial, Wells Fargo Financial, Centex Home Equity, Saxon Mortgage and Morgan Stanley. His previous experience with mortgage and banking institutions includes leadership of end-to-end mortgage solutions, operational improvement, process reengineering, corporate development initiatives, and strategy and planning.

“We’re pleased that Kevin, an experienced leader with a demonstrated record of success, is joining our residential mortgage services division,” said Sally French Tyler, executive vice president and divisional president of centralized businesses for First American Title Insurance Company. “His background in mortgage lending and servicing further strengthens our alignment with national customers and strategically positions us to offer remarkable and relevant solutions for the industry.”



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