Mark Bloom, global chief technology officer at Aegon N.V., has been elected to Freddie Mac’s board of directors, the company announced recently.
Bloom brings a wealth of experience to the role as he also serves as a member of the management board at Aegon, a multinational life insurance, pensions and asset management company.
“By virtue of his long career at the intersection of finance, technology, and risk management, Mark Bloom brings valuable expertise to Freddie Mac’s Board,” said Sara Mathew, non-executive chair of Freddie Mac’s board of directors. “We welcome this highly qualified new member, whose decades of experience will allow him to play a leadership role on our Compensation & Human Capital and Risk Committees.”
Prior to joining Aegon, Bloom worked for Citigroup for almost a decade, serving in positions such as managing director and head of global consumer technology delivery services.
During his time with Citi, he was responsible for digital, data, and operations technology solutions and innovations. Bloom has also served as senior vice president, Chase Home Financial Technology with JPMorgan Chase, as well as senior vice president, eBusiness Solutions at CACI International.
As a board member for Freddie Mac, he joins fellow board members, David Brickman, Kathleen Casey, Lance Drummond, Aleem Gillani, Christopher Herbert, Grace Huebscher, Steven Kohlhagen, Sara Mathew, Saiyid Naqvi and Eugene Shanks, Jr.
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