Wednesday, April 24 2024

PennyMac CISO joins an API security company, Credit Suisse poaches Goldman’s CRO, and Freddie Mac appoints a new CCO.

Noname Security, a California-based API security company, has announced that Karl Mattson will be its first chief information security officer. He joins Noname Security from mortgage lender PennyMac Loan Services where he held the same position.

Karl Mattson brings 25 years of experience to Noname.

Freddie Mac has appointed Jerry Mauricio as chief compliance officer. Mauricio will guide the mortgage lender’s risk management program for its conservatorship and regulatory requirements. Before joining the company, Mauricio was chief compliance officer and senior vice president of Capital One Investing and Capital One Advisors.

Credit Suisse has appointed Goldman Sachs veteran David Wildermuth as its new Chief Risk Officer.

Wells Fargo has announced that Cesar Gonzalez will be its next head of operations for its commercial banking. He will lead the transformation of operational processes.

NetAbstraction, a network service provider based in Virginia, adds two cyber security veterans to its Advisory Board, Jenny Menna and Rob Truesdell. Menna works as vice president, business cybersecurity risk at Humana and Truesdell works as senior director of product management for Splunk.

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