Anthony “Buddy” Piszel, the CFO at Freddie Mac when the housingfinance giant took a hit amid the credit market meltdown, joinedProSight Specialty Insurance as CFO.

Piszel, 57, most recently was CFO at CoreLogic, which providesdata on U.S. real estate and mortgages. He resigned from CoreLogicin February 2011 after receiving a Wells notice from the Securitiesand Exchange Commission “in connection with certain disclosurematters” related to his stint as Freddie's CFO from November 2006to September 2008, according to CoreLogic's press release.

“The Wells notice was removed,” says Daryl Siry, ProSight'schief marketing and communications officer, “The SEC neverproceeded with action against Buddy. When they proceeded with theiraction against other executives, they notified him that he was notpart of that action.”

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Susan Kelly

Susan Kelly is a business journalist who has written for Treasury & Risk, FierceCFO, Global Finance, Financial Week, Bridge News and The Bond Buyer.