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Hugh Harris returns to challenge at LPS, Replaces Jeff Carbiener as CEO

Hugh Harris returns to challenge at LPS, Replaces Jeff Carbiener as CEO


To no surprise Alltell was part of this, if you dig deep enough you might also find they took some form with MERS.

Jax Daily Record-

After Jeff Carbiener resigned as CEO of Lender Processing Services Inc. in June for health reasons, the Jacksonville-based company promised a comprehensive search for a replacement that would take as long as necessary.

As it turns out, it didn’t have to look very far.

LPS last week named Hugh Harris to replace Carbiener. And it’s not the first time the company has turned to Harris.

LPS provides processing services to mortgage lenders through all phases of the loan process, from origination to foreclosure if the loan goes bad.

It’s a company that traces its roots back nearly half a century to a Jacksonville company called Computing & Statistical Services that was eventually bought out by Alltel Corp. in 1992.

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LPS Carbiener to stay on as Sr. Advisor, $880K salary continues through 2012

LPS Carbiener to stay on as Sr. Advisor, $880K salary continues through 2012


According to this 8k filing on Thursday-

Mr. Carbiener will continue to serve as an employee of the Company in the role of Senior Advisor to Mr. Kennedy and the LPS Board of Directors until December 31, 2012. In his capacity as Senior Advisor, Mr. Carbiener will provide advice and counsel to Mr. Kennedy and the Board on an as needed basis. This will enable Mr. Kennedy and the Board to utilize Mr. Carbiener’s deep knowledge of the Company and the industry during this transition period and as they work toward resolving the outstanding legal and regulatory issues facing the Company. Accordingly, effective as of July 7, 2011, LPS entered into a new employment agreement with Mr. Carbiener.

If Mr. Carbiener had terminated his employment with the Company under the current circumstances rather than agreeing to remain with the Company in an advisory capacity, he would have been entitled to receive a lump sum payment equal to the unpaid portion of his current annual base salary of $880,000 through December 31, 2012, the expiration date of his prior employment agreement.

Mr. Carbiener’s new employment agreement terminates his prior employment agreement, and provides that Mr. Carbiener will continue to receive a base salary of $880,000 per year for the term of the agreement, which expires on December 31, 2012. He will not be eligible to participate in the Company’s annual cash bonus incentive plan for 2011 and 2012, and he will not be eligible to participate in future awards under the Company’s equity incentive plans. Under the new employment agreement, Mr. Carbiener is entitled to customary benefits, including medical and other insurance coverage for himself and his eligible dependents, and is subject to customary post-employment restrictive covenants.

Sounds like he’s making out pretty well considering he’s no longer participating in cash bonus, future award incentives.

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BREAKING: LPS CEO Jeffrey S. Carbiener Resigns, Effective Immediately

BREAKING: LPS CEO Jeffrey S. Carbiener Resigns, Effective Immediately


Lender Processing Services, Inc. today announced that Jeffrey S. Carbiener is stepping down from his positions as chief executive officer, president and director of the company for significant health-related reasons, effective immediately.

LPS’ board of directors has established a committee to search for a replacement. In the interim, Lee A. Kennedy, the executive chairman of the board of LPS and the former chief executive officer of LPS’ prior parent company, Fidelity National Information Services, Inc., will serve in the additional roles of president and chief executive officer.

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From Feb 2011

Is A Major CEO About To Step Down and Announce Their Resignation?

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Wells Fargo’s C.F.O. Howard Adkins Retires

Wells Fargo’s C.F.O. Howard Adkins Retires


This will leave many, especially investors taking an interest as to why? In a press release Wells Fargo citing personal reasons.

Atkins’ retirement is unrelated to the company’s financial condition or financial reporting.

“We understand Howard’s decision to retire after having served Wells Fargo successfully for nearly ten years and after having had a financial services career that has spanned four decades. His tenure included Wells Fargo’s rise from a super-regional industry leader to the global company that it is today following its 2008 acquisition of Wachovia,” said John Stumpf, the company’s chairman, president and chief executive officer. “He leaves behind a Wells Fargo that remains financially strong and wholly committed to its strategy of helping all its customers succeed financially.

Other executive’s that left abruptly are Fidelity National Information Services Inc.’s Lee A Kennedy back in March 3, 2010. FIS announcement states, “in order to devote more time to outside interests.” and most recent this year on January 22,2011 came time for MERSCORP’S CEO R.K. Arnold departure.

They may have retired, but surely their names will be mentioned from time to time in the near future.

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Fidelity National Takeover Talks Fail: WSJ

Fidelity National Takeover Talks Fail: WSJ


MAY 17, 2010, 10:55 P.M. ET

BY PETER LATTMAN: The Wall Street Journal

The pending takeover of Fidelity National Information Services Inc. collapsed late Monday, with a Blackstone Group-led consortium dropping its plan to acquire the financial-data processor, according to a person familiar with the situation.

Fidelity National’s board had asked for a “substantial increase” above the $32-per-share bid the private-equity firms had proposed, said a person familiar with the deal talks. The two sides couldn’t reach an agreement on price, this person said, and the investor group backed out of the deal.

Late Monday, Fidelity National shares dropped nearly 10% in after-hours trading, to roughly $26 each. (Fidelity National is unrelated to

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LPS Using TARP Funds to Cover-Up Assignment of Mortgage

LPS Using TARP Funds to Cover-Up Assignment of Mortgage


VIA: Adrian Lofton

Consumer ID thefts or consumer identity thefts is one of the main crimes that cause financial as well as emotional anguish. The rubber-stamping of Assignments of Mortgage and the Double Dipping of foreclosure fees and cost expedite the foreclosure process and line the silk pockets of these attorneys, banks and LPS executives.

This is a copy of the September 14, 2009 e-mail from Adrian Lofton to Bradley Johnson, lead Attorney at Taylor, Day, Currie, Boyd and Johnson apprizing him of their TARP fund violations.

Brad, your firm has created a conflict of interest by representing these banks. In addition to the aforementioned, you are not legally entitled to accept TARP funds to represent these banks after your firm implicated them in these federal violations.
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Reports say buyout firms looking to acquire Fidelity National Information Services Inc. (FIS)

Reports say buyout firms looking to acquire Fidelity National Information Services Inc. (FIS)


Posted: May 6, 2010 – 1:19pm Jacksonville.com

By Mark Basch

Two large private equity firms are in talks to buy out Jacksonville-based Fidelity National Information Services Inc., according to news reports today.

The Wall Street Journal reported that Blackstone Group LP was considering the deal along with other firms. Bloomberg News later reported that Thomas H. Lee Partners LP is joining Blackstone in the bid.

Fidelity said the company’s policy is to not comment on speculation about acquisitions.

Fidelity National Information Services, or FIS, provide technology services for financial companies. It was spun off from title insurance company Fidelity National Financial Inc. Another publicly-traded company, Lender Processing Services Inc., was spun off from FIS.

The two Fidelity companies and LPS are all headquartered in Jacksonville, but all three operate independently.

Bloomberg reported that “two people with knowledge of the situation” said the deal is “under discussion and may not happen.”

mark.basch@jacksonville.com, (904) 359-4308

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