Malloy Evans is Fannie Mae's Executive Vice President and Head of Single-Family. He is responsible for the company's Single-Family business functions, including leading the teams responsible for maintaining Fannie Mae's single-family mortgage acquisition and servicing standards, providing liquidity to the single-family mortgage market, and facilitating equitable and sustainable access to homeownership and quality affordable rental housing across America. Mr. Evans has served in various roles during his tenure at Fannie Mae, most recently as Senior Vice President and Single-Family Chief Credit Officer, where he was responsible for first-line credit risk management from mortgage acquisition through disposition. He has also held other leadership roles overseeing risks across the Single-Family mortgage life cycle, including the credit, counterparty, operational, and reputational risks and performance of Fannie Mae’s Single-Family lenders and servicers, as well as the company’s administration of the Treasury Department’s Making Home Affordable (MHA) program. Mr. Evans began his Fannie Mae career as an attorney in the company’s legal department, serving as the principal counsel supporting Fannie Mae's implementation of government initiatives under the MHA program and advising the business on the company's multi-class securitization program.
Prior to joining Fannie Mae in 2004, Mr. Evans was a corporate associate at Hunton & Williams LLP, specializing in asset securitization and structured finance transactions. Mr. Evans has a Bachelor of Science in chemistry from Davidson College and a Juris Doctor from Washington and Lee University School of Law.