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Special Advertorial Section CoreLogic CORPORATE PROFILE Corporate Headquarters Key personnel Anand Nallathambi President and CEO John Bauer SVP, Credit and Transportation Companies Dan Hoppes SVP, Asset Management & Processing Solutions Ed Gerding Fraud and Risk Strategist Arlene Hyde SVP, Strategic Relationships Number of Employ ees Approximately 5,000 contact infor m ation 40 Pacifica, Suite 900 Irvine, California 92618 Phone: 800.426.1466 Web: CoreLogic is a leading property information, analytics, and services provider in the United States and Australia. The company's combined data from public, contributory, and proprietary sources includes more than 3.3 billion records spanning more than 40 years, providing detailed coverage of property, mortgages and other encumbrances, consumer credit, tenancy, location, hazard risk, and related performance information. The markets CoreLogic serves include real estate and mortgage finance, insurance, capital markets, transportation, and government. CoreLogic delivers value to clients through unique data, analytics, workflow technology, advisory, and managed services. Clients rely on CoreLogic to help identify and manage growth opportunities, improve performance, and mitigate risk. Valuation and Collateral Risk: • • • • • • • • PASS GeoAVM Distressed GeoAVM Cascade Suite Residential Evaluation Report (RER) Commercial Evaluation Report BPOs and BPO Review LoanSafe Collateral Manager LoanSafe Appraisal Manager Economic Data: • • • • CoreLogic Housing Price Index CoreLogic Case-Shiller Housing Price Index CoreLogic Foreclosure and Shadow Inventory Report CoreLogic Equity Report Geographical scope and coverage area Company History CoreLogic was established as a standalone business in June 2010 when it split from The First American Corporation. In 2011, the company acquired RP Data, which provides property analytics and risk management services in Australia and New Zealand, and Dorado Network Systems, a leading cloud-based mortgage technology Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) solutions provider. In 2013, CoreLogic acquired the Case-Shiller Housing Price Index (HPI), and it recently announced that it is purchasing DataQuick and Marshall & Swift/ Boeckh, expanding its already significant presence in mortgage, real estate, and insurance markets. Business lines, services, and products Credit Reporting: • Instant Merge • Rapid ReCheck • CreditXpert Fraud: • • • • LoanSafe Fraud Manager LoanSafe Risk Manager Suite Multi-Closing Alert Program Mortgage Fraud Risk Consulting Mortgage Technology: • • • • ChannelMaster Enterprise Lending Solution Vector VendorScape Case Management System IntelliMods Natural Hazard Risk: CoreLogic Flood Determinations Natural Hazard Reports RiskMeter Online Property Information and Analytics: RealQuest Property Tax: • Tax Reporting • TaxWatch • Tax Outsourcing North America, Australia, Europe, Asia/Pacific Key features • • • • Help preserve regulatory compliance and mitigate loss Drive operational efficiencies Align operations with adaptable technology Improve quality through data enhanced solutions competitive advantage CoreLogic has an enormous advantage: it is the source of and controls much of the data that goes into its analytic service offerings. The company has the nation's largest proprietary public records database, the largest mortgage securities and servicing databases, and the largest fraud databases. Additionally, the company maintains MLS, geospatial, and under-banked credit data. The scale of its services is another differentiator: it is the largest provider of fraud services, mortgage credit services, valuation services (AVMs, BPOs, and traditional appraisals), flood and geospatial services, and tax outsourcing. added value to clients CoreLogic clients include the largest banks, top mortgage companies, federal government agencies, GSEs, and more than 750,000 Realtors. The company provides a range of customer support services, including "swat team" implementations, depending on the customer and their needs. The company maintains an online and telephonic customer call center to field inquiries from customers and the public. goals and strategies for 2014 Strategically, CoreLogic is committed to growing its highermargin data and analytics segment to more than 50 percent of its total revenues. The company also invests heavily in client and industry education. It conducts numerous Webinars and client and vendor events throughout the year. The company offers an annual Symposium Series for investors and mortgage originators, an annual RiskSummit in California, and annual Mortgage Fraud Consortium and Valuation Fraud Consortium Meetings. The M Report | 33

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