James D. Hughes has been named senior vice president and chief information officer of Freddie Mac, effective Sept. 25.Mr. Hughes, 48, will be responsible for managing one of Freddie Mac's largest organizations, with information systems planning and development responsibilities that support the company's finance, investment, sourcing, servicing divisions, and corporate functions, the government-sponsored enterprise said. He comes to the GSE from Cleveland-based National City Corp., where he held positions as CIO and executive vice president and branch banking division head. Before joining National City in 1997, Mr. Hughes served in management roles at Andersen Consulting, USF&G, Seer Technologies, and Credit Suisse First Boston.

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