Stewart Names Realty Expert Moore-Moore as Advisory Director

March 8, 2002

HOUSTON, /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Stewart Information Services Corp. (NYSE: STC) announced that Laurie Moore-Moore has been elected to its board as an advisory director. Moore-Moore is co-founder and co-editor of REAL Trends, a highly respected research and forecasting trend letter for the residential real estate industry. She also speaks on customer service, marketing and business development to more than 10,000 real estate professionals each year and consults with real estate firms and Realtor associations on strategic planning issues.

"Laurie Moore-Moore has her finger on the pulse of the residential real estate market," said Stewart Morris Jr., Stewart president and co-CEO. "We look forward to her insightful guidance as Stewart continues to develop e-marketing services and tools to help real estate professionals be more productive and profitable."

"We are fortunate to add Laurie Moore-Moore to our board," said Malcolm Morris, chairman and co-CEO. "Her counsel is highly sought by prominent national and regional real estate firms. She is very knowledgeable about the changes the real estate industry is facing, and will help us keep our strategic goals on point."

Moore-Moore has been in the real estate industry for 25 years, and worked for Long & Foster, Realtors, in Washington, D.C., and Abio & Adleta, Realtors and Lou Smith, Realtors, in Dallas. In 1986, she co-founded REAL Trends, the residential real estate industry's premier executive newsletter. Real Trends, Inc. also hosts the best-attended annual conference for the CEOs of the nation's largest residential brokerage firms. Moore-Moore has worked with the National Association of Realtors on several research reports, such as "What You Need to Know About Today's Homebuyers and Sellers." Her degree is in advertising and marketing, and she spent 10 years in that field before moving into real estate.

Source: Stewart Information Services Corp.

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