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Tuesday, May 26, 2020

  • Meet the GSE's New General Counsels


    Stergios "Terry" Theologides, Executive Vice President, General Counsel, and Corporate Secretary, Fannie Mae

    Amy Bishop, General Counsel, Quicken Loans, Inc.

    Ricardo Anzaldua, Executive Vice President, General Counsel and Corporate Secretary, Freddie Mac

    Both Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac have relatively new General Counsels. They join us for an exclusive interview and answer your questions during a live chat at the end of the session. 


    Stergios "Terry" Theologides, Executive Vice President, General Counsel, and Corporate Secretary, Fannie Mae

    Stergios "Terry" Theologides oversees Fannie Mae’s Legal Department, Government and Industry Relations, and serves as a senior advisor to the CEO and Board of Directors. Terry joined Fannie Mae in 2019, bringing over 20 years of legal and business experience, specifically in financial services and regulatory environments.  He previously served as SVP, GC, and Secretary at CoreLogic, Inc.  Before that, Terry was EVP and GC for Morgan Stanley's U.S. residential mortgage business.  Terry serves on the Strategy Council of the UnitedLex Corporation’s Board of Directors.  From 2007 to 2009, he served as a member of the Federal Reserve Board's Consumer Advisory Council.

    Amy Bishop, General Counsel, Quicken Loans, Inc.

    Amy Bishop is the General Counsel of Quicken Loans, based in Detroit, Michigan.  Amy leads the Quicken Loans’ Legal team. The Legal team is a group of connected sub-teams focusing on traditional legal functions, regulatory mortgage compliance and risk management. Our regulatory compliance program includes company and mortgage loan originator licensing, origination and servicing compliance and examination management. Central to the Company’s regulatory compliance program is the integration of compliance into Quicken Loans’ extensive technology platform that drives the business. Recently, Amy been focused on key business strategies, Rocket Mortgage, the first end-to-end completely online mortgage experience, eclosings and other innovative technology initiatives, the new HMDA rule and overseeing federal and state examinations.  Amy joined Quicken Loans in September 1998 after four years as a staff attorney with a community bank.  Quicken Loans is the nation’s largest online mortgage lender and the second largest retail mortgage lender overall.  The company employs more than 17,000 team members. Quicken Loans offers a 50-state, national, centralized, internet-based platform to deliver mortgages and an ultra-high level of client service. For ten years in a row now, J.D. Power has ranked Quicken Loans highest in the nation in customer satisfaction for Primary Mortgage Origination. And for six consecutive years, Quicken Loans was also ranked highest for Mortgage Servicing.

    Ricardo Anzaldua, Executive Vice President, General Counsel and Corporate Secretary, Freddie Mac

    Ricardo A. Anzaldua is executive vice president, general counsel and corporate secretary of Freddie Mac. In his role as principal legal counsel, Anzaldua oversees all legal and regulatory strategies, services and resources, and manages all corporate governance matters.

    Before joining Freddie Mac, Anzaldua was executive vice president and general counsel of MetLife, Inc., where, from 2012 to 2017, he was responsible for the company’s global legal operations, global compliance and government relations. Anzaldua began his legal career at the law firm of Cleary, Gottlieb, Steen & Hamilton LLP, where he was named partner in 1999.

    He earned his law degree from Harvard Law School and holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from Brown University, where he studied development economics and Latin American history.

    Anzaldua is chairman of the board of trustees for the International Institute of Rural Reconstruction, and he serves on the boards of the Minority Corporate Counsel Association and the New York City Bar. He is a member of the Hispanic National Bar Association and American Bar Association.




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