Author - Robert Lux

Robert (Rob) Lux is the executive vice president and chief information officer– at Freddie Mac. He is a member of the company’s senior operating committee and reports to chief executive officer Donald Layton.
Lux is responsible for the company’s Information Technology (IT) assets and services. In this capacity, he oversees end-to-end technology solutions that ensure delivery of strong operational platforms and integrated services throughout Freddie Mac’s businesses.

Lux joined Freddie Mac as the company’s senior vice president and chief information officer in October 2010.

Prior to coming to Freddie Mac, Lux was a Principal at Towers Watson, a leading global professional services company, where he was responsible for leading teams on three continents in the delivery of commercial risk modeling applications for the Insurance industry. Prior to that, Rob was Chief Architect for GMAC Financial Services and Chief Technology Officer (CTO) for GMAC Residential Capital (GMAC RESCAP). While at GMAC Financial Services, he also held the position of Chief Data Architect and was a frequent speaker on Enterprise Data Management.

Lux has also held IT leadership positions at EDS and Reuters. Lux has over 30 years experience in the IT industry and has over 10 years experience in the mortgage industry. He is a current member of the MBA's Residential Technology Steering Committee and earned the MBA's Certified Mortgage Technologist (CMT) designation.

Lux earned an M.S. in Management of Technology from the University of Pennsylvania and a B.S. in Commerce and Engineering from Drexel University in Philadelphia, PA.

Freddie Mac was established by Congress in 1970 to provide liquidity, stability and affordability to the nation’s residential mortgage markets. Freddie Mac supports communities across the nation by providing mortgage capital to lenders. Today Freddie Mac is making home possible for one in four home borrowers and is one of the largest sources of financing for multifamily housing. For more information please visit and Twitter @FreddieMac.


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