CoreLogic (CLGX) filled its vacant chief financial officer post this week, appointing Frank Martell to the role after a five-month search. Martell will assume his new duties on Aug. 29, several months after the company's former CFO Anthony "Buddy" Piszel resigned after receiving a Wells notice from the Securities and Exchange Commission over disclosure matters related to his former position at Freddie Mac. Piszel stayed on as a nonexecutive through June 1 to help with the transition. Michael Rasic, senior vice president of finance and accounting, served as interim financial chief while CoreLogic searched for Piszel's replacement. Martell, 51, brings 25 years of corporate financial experience to CoreLogic. He recently served as president and chief executive of Western Institutional Review Board. He spent more than a decade at ACNielsen, rising to chief operating officer, and also spent 15 years at General Electric (GE). Write to Kerri Panchuk.