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CoreLogic announces key appointment

CoreLogic announces key appointment

After four years leading the operational, strategy and sales divisions at CoreLogic, Matt Carlson has been appointed as the group’s new general manager of benchmarking solutions, effective immediately.

In his new role, Mr Carlson will assume overall responsibility for CoreLogic’s benchmarking products, Comparator. He will also lead the provision of insights and services to the wealth, government and broking industries.

He takes over from Sarah Brennan, Paul McGivern and James Hastie who have supported the business transition following CoreLogic’s acquisition of Comparator in 2013.

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“Throughout his 20 years in financial services, Matt has held several senior roles encompassing leadership, third party and intermediary distribution, operations, product development and strategy,” CoreLogic said in a statement.

“With his passion for insights and strong customer advocacy, Matt is well placed to promote the value of industry benchmarking and drive the growth of Comparator within our target markets.”

Mr Carlson will be complemented by the existing experienced Comparator team, including senior managers Colin Williams (Wealth), Huy Vu (Retail Banking & Broking) and Tane Mitchell (Superannuation, Platforms and Life).

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