SANTA ANA, Calif. — real estate data company CoreLogic Inc. has named Frank Martell Chief, ending a five-month search process.
The company, based in Santa Ana, Calif., said Monday that Martell receives a seat held by former Anthony "Buddy" Piszel, who stepped down as CFO in February after coming under investigation for his work for Freddie Mac (f – news – people), as the giant mortgage flirted with collapse.
Martell, 51, will begin work at CoreLogic on 29 Aug. More recently, he served as President and CEO of the Council's review of Western industrial, a team that provides moral guidance and oversight for clinical trials conducted by academic and medical researchers. Previous work includes stints as CFO from two companies: advantage sales and marketing and information systems group, CoreLogic said.
Martell for 11 years at ACNielsen, the collection of data broadcast audience, ultimately, to become operational head of the company. He spent 15 years in various financial roles at General Electric Co. (GE – news – people), CoreLogic said.
CoreLogic collects and analyzes data about consumers, financial and real estate for Governments and companies. It has the largest database of u.s. real estate and mortgage information, says the company.
Pushed Piszel as its CFO CoreLogic after the Securities and Exchange Commission said that it was CONSIDERING civil charges related to the notification while serving as Piszel becomes CFO of Freddie Mac.