Fannie Mae Leadership

Fannie Mae Leadership

Andrew Bon Salle

Executive Vice President
Single-Family Business

Andrew Bon SalleAndrew Bon Salle is Fannie Mae’s Executive Vice President – Single-Family Business, which is a leading source of liquidity in the U.S. residential housing market. Reporting to the President and Chief Executive Officer, Mr. Bon Salle is responsible for all aspects of the Single-Family business, including engagement with Single-Family customers, managing the performance of the credit portfolio, and overseeing all Single-Family capital markets activities. Mr. Bon Salle is also leading the company’s efforts to integrate with the Common Securitization Platform.

Most recently Mr. Bon Salle served as Fannie Mae's Senior Vice President and Head of Underwriting and Pricing overseeing the company’s credit risk management and pricing strategies to optimize the performance of the Single-Family credit book throughout different economic cycles.

During his tenure at Fannie Mae, Mr. Bon Salle has also served as Fannie Mae’s Senior Vice President – Capital Markets, where he managed the Single-Family Products Group providing lender execution services such as mortgage-backed securities (MBS) and structured product sales and trading, whole loan acquisition and conduit activities, early funding transactions, and pricing of the MBS buy up and buy down grids. Earlier in his Fannie Mae career he was Vice President, Capital Markets Mortgage Assets; Vice President, Portfolio Management; Director, MBS Trading Desk; Director, Direct Sell Initiative; Manager, Early Funding Programs; and Senior Capital Markets Analyst.

Prior to joining Fannie Mae, Mr. Bon Salle was Vice President at Hamilton, Carter, Smith & Company, Inc. where he coordinated the valuation, marketing, and sale of mortgage loan servicing, whole loan transactions, and portfolio evaluations.

Mr. Bon Salle has a master of business administration in finance from American University’s Kogod College of Business Administration and a bachelor of science in business administration from American University.