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Ricardo A. Anzaldua Named Freddie Mac General Counsel

Jan 16, 2019
Freddie Mac appointed Christian M. Lown executive vice president and chief financial officer

Freddie Mac has announced the promotion of Executive Vice President Ricardo A. Anzaldua to General Counsel and Corporate Secretary. He succeeds William H. McDavid, who retired earlier this month.
Freddie Mac has announced the promotion of Executive Vice President Ricardo A. Anzaldua to General Counsel and Corporate Secretary
 
Anzaldua joined Freddie Mac in May 2018 as Executive Vice President and Senior Legal Advisor. Prior to joining Freddie Mac, Anzaldua was Executive Vice President and General Counsel of MetLife Inc. and held several senior positions in the Legal Department of the Hartford Financial Services Group.
 
“In a short period of time, Ricardo has become a valuable member of Freddie Mac’s executive team, providing sound advice and thoughtful counsel on many important issues affecting our company,” said Freddie Mac Chief Executive Officer Donald H. Layton. “His judgment and forward-thinking will serve us well as we continue our company’s transformation. I’d like to again thank Bill McDavid for his many contributions to making Freddie Mac a fundamentally better company, and we wish him all the best in his retirement.”

 
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