More than a half dozen executive appointments were announced by the Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corp.
Anthony “Tony” Renzi was named executive vice president of a new single-family and operations & technology division. He continues to report to Freddie’s chief executive officer, Charles Haldeman Jr.
“In his new position, Renzi oversees Freddie Mac’s single-family line of business, including the administration, relationship and performance management of Freddie Mac Seller/Servicers; performance of Freddie Mac’s guarantee book of business; and all sourcing, securitization, servicing/REO and business operations,” the statement staid. “In addition, he is responsible for the leadership, planning, development, delivery and management of critical IT services and resources.”
The newly created division consolidates three divisions: single-family credit guarantee, single-family portfolio management and operations & technology.
David Brickman was appointed senior vice president in charge of the multifamily division. Brinkman, who was promoted from SVP of multifamily CMBS capital markets, takes over from Mike May when he leaves on July 15.
The new chief compliance officer is Carol Wambeke, according to the McLean, Va.-based company. Wambeke, who also reports directly to Haldeman, takes over from Jerry Weiss.
Devajyoti “Doc” Ghose has been named SVP of investments & capital markets division and the company’s Treasurer.
Other appointments include Paul Mullings to SVP of single-family sourcing and securitization; Tracy Mooney to the new role of SVP of single-family servicing and real estate owned areas; and Robert Lux to SVP and chief information officer. All three executives will report directly to Renzi.