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Herbert M. Allison Jr. has been named president and chief executive officer, and Philip A. Laskawy has been appointed the non-executive chairman of Fannie Mae. Peter Niculescu has been named executive vice president and chief business officer, David C. Hisey has been named executive vice president and chief financial officer, Michael Shaw has been named executive vice president and chief risk officer, and David C. Benson has been promoted to executive vice president-capital markets and Treasury for Fannie Mae.

David M. Moffett has been named chief executive officer and John A. Koskinen has been appointed the non-executive chairman of Freddie Mac.

Alan H. Fishman has been appointed chief executive officer and joined the board of directors of Washington Mutual Inc. in Seattle. Alien Jones has been named government lending enterprise executive, based in Washington, D.C., for Charlotte, North Carolina-based Bank of America.

Jay Brinkmann has been named chief economist and senior vice president for research and economics, and Francis Creighton has been promoted to vice president and chief lobbyist for the Mortgage Bankers Association (MBA) in Washington, D.C.

Michael McShea and Peter Larkin have been named executive vice presidents for Los Angeles-based CB Richard Ellis Group Inc.'s Government and Public Sector Solutions (GPSS) Group in Washington, D.C. Luis Llaca has been named vice president for the Retail Services Group in CB Richard Ellis' Mexico City, Mexico, office.

Michael R. Ong has been named executive vice president and chief risk officer for Heritage Commerce Corp in San Jose, California. David Colwell has been named executive vice president for Loan-Score Decisioning Systems in Irvine, California. Marc Israel has been named executive vice president of Vanguard Title Agency Inc. in New York.

Jim McMahan has been named executive vice president and national sales trainer for Benchmark Mortgage in Dallas. Lisa Schreiber has been named chief strategy officer and Scott Holtz has been named regional vice president-Eastern region for Walla Walla, Washington-based NetMore America Inc.

Walter J. Witek Jr. has been named senior vice president, community and political affairs, based in Washington, D.C., for the Chicago-based National Association of Realtors® (NAR). Marcia Danzeisen has been named senior vice president of marketing and corporate communications for Fidelity National Information Services Inc. (FIS) in Jacksonville, Florida.

Dave Widmoyer has been named senior vice president of financial services and real estate finance, based in Chicago, for Hickory, North Carolina-based Management Advisors International Inc. Patrick Madore has been named vice president for Coral Gables, Florida-based Thomas D. Wood and Company.

Bill Warren, chief compliance officer for Empire Equity Group Inc. (dba 1st Metropolitan Mortgage), Charlotte, North Carolina, has been awarded the American Association of Residential Mortgage Regulators (AARMR) 2008 Distinguished Service Award in recognition of his service to the association and the industry.

Donna Miller has been named national director of Iselin, New Jersey-based Chase's Home Lending business' Emerging Markets and Affordable Lending (EMA) Group. …

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