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Nationstar Names First COO

Nationstar Mortgage Holdings Inc., headquartered in Coppell, Texas, announced today that Tony Ebers has been appointed COO, a new position within Nationstar.

"Tony is a seasoned and trusted leader who consistently delivers results. He is uniquely qualified to drive strategic prioritization and accountability within Nationstar, with a laser-focus on operational excellence," said Jay Bray, Chairman and CEO. "I have tremendous confidence in Tony's ability to align Nationstar’s innovative home loan experience with industry-leading operational practices to drive and extend the next-generation of Nationstar's market leadership."

Effective immediately, Ebers will assume responsibility for servicing, originations, and Xome operations. Ebers will be responsible for ensuring operational excellence across the company and leading the company-wide initiative to place the home, rather than the loan, at the center of the homeownership journey.

"Nationstar has an incredible set of assets that uniquely positions us to lead the industry in innovation and service," said Ebers, COO. "I am honored by the appointment and look forward to helping lead the company as we work to create a best-in-class, holistic customer experience."

Before joining Nationstar in 2015, Ebers held a 26-year career with key leadership positions in mortgage lending, servicing, and real estate transaction-related services. Most recently, he served as the Originations Division President at ServiceLink, a Black Knight Company. Prior to ServiceLink, Ebers held various leadership roles at OneWest Bank, most recently serving as EVP of Mortgage Lending and Servicing. Ebers also served as an EVP and COO at IndyMac Bank from 2002 to 2009, managing retail banking, consumer lending, mortgage operations, and home loan servicing.

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