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CoreLogic chooses Frank Martell to replace Anand Nallathambi as president, CEO

Nallathambi passed away March 2
CoreLogic announced Monday that its board of directors selected Frank Martell, the property information, analytics and data-enabled solutions provider’s chief operating officer, to serve as president and chief executive officer. Martell replaces Anand Nallathambi, who passed away unexpectedly on March 2 after a “brief illness.”
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CoreLogic President and CEO Anand Nallathambi passes away

Took medical leave of absence in February
Anand Nallathambi, the president and chief executive officer of CoreLogic, passed away on Thursday “after a brief illness,” the company announced Friday. Nallathambi’s passing comes less than a month after CoreLogic, a property information, analytics and data-enabled solutions provider, announced that he was taking a temporary medical leave of absence from the company.
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CoreLogic announces new CFO

James Balas assumes the role from Frank Martell
As former CFO Frank Martell assumes the role of chief operating officer at CoreLogic, the company announced that James Balas will step into the role of chief financial officer. Before his promotion, Balas served as the company's senior vice president finance, controller and principal accounting officer.
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From HW Magazine

2015 HW Vanguard Award winners

HousingWire recognizes 27 executives leading the housing economy
All of the sectors of the housing economy now — real estate, lending, servicing and investing — are navigating unchartered territory. The challenges are new and the processes scrutinized as never before. Against that backdrop, we at HousingWire thought it was appropriate to recognize the tremendous leadership within the mortgage space with our first annual HW Vanguard Awards. Companies in our business couldn’t have survived the crisis, or formed in this brave new world, without serious leadership.
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Home prices jump 11.8%

New CoreLogic report shows 21 months of consecutive gains
Home prices, including distressed sales, edged up 11.8% in November when compared to a year earlier, representing the 21st consecutive annual home price increase nationally.
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