CoreLogic Promotes Kevin Wall to SVP of Default Services
CoreLogic has announced the appointment of Kevin Wall as senior vice president of CoreLogic's default services business. In his new role, Wall will oversee operations and direct the development of products and services for default services. His primary responsibility will be to bring solutions to the default servicing industry that combine CoreLogic technology, outsourcing services and industry-leading data and analytics to better enable servicers to meet and exceed their business goals in a challenging market. Wall will also focus on execution and growth for the various business lines that comprise default services. Wall has been with CoreLogic since August 2009 and has more than 20 years of experience in the financial services industry. Most recently, he served as a senior vice president in the business and information services group, where he was responsible for business development. Prior to that role, he led many of the outsourcing operations for CoreLogic. Earlier in his career, Wall held a variety of leadership positions in the financial services sector, including consumer lending and small business banking and leasing, for Morgan Stanley, Centex Corporation, Wells Fargo & Company and Norwest Financial. “Kevin is uniquely positioned to see and understand both sides of the client-service relationship, spending much of his career wearing different hats for the kind of companies that hire and work with CoreLogic today,” said Barry Sando, group executive for business and information services at CoreLogic. “That dynamic perspective, combined with his acute awareness of the sensitive and increasingly challenging nature of the mortgage servicing industry, will enable Kevin to successfully introduce timely, innovative and diverse solutions to meet our clients’ needs. We are extremely pleased to welcome him to this new leadership role.” Wall earned a bachelor’s degree in business with a dual concentration in finance and management from the University of Pittsburgh.