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Russell Harris
Russell Harris

Russell Harris

Chief Technology Officer

Russell Harris serves as the Chief Technology Officer (CTO) of SitusAMC, bringing 20+ years of experience in information technology, real estate, and consulting to the firm. In his role, Mr. Harris is focused on leading SitusAMC’s technology strategy and execution, including the enhancement, delivery, and optimization of the firm’s various client-facing and internal enablement platforms.  

Mr. Harris joined SitusAMC in 2023. Before joining the firm, he was the Chief Information Officer of the Mortgage Solutions division at CoreLogic, where he led the company’s transition to the cloud and transformation of the firm’s technology offerings. 

Prior to CoreLogic, Mr. Harris spent more than seven years at JP Morgan Chase serving in various senior leadership and technology position, including his most recent role as Executive Director of Global Technology for the Chase Paymentech Data Organization.  

Mr. Harris also served as the Director of Business Operations Strategy & Support at Fannie Mae where he led 200+ resources to guide the turnaround of the Credit Loss Management team to stabilize the platform and ensure loan modifications and foreclosures were uninterrupted. 


  • University of North Texas 
    Masters of Business Administration in Corporate Finance 

  • University of Oklahoma 
    Bachelor of Business Administration in Management 

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SitusAMC Releases White Paper Shedding Light on the Deeply Hidden Risk in Commercial Real Estate Portfolios

New York, NY (June 7,  2024) - SitusAMC, the leading provider of investment advisory, strategic outsourcing, talent, and technology solutions to the commercial and residential real estate finance industries, has released a white paper titled, “What Looms Beneath the Surface: How Forensic Diligence Builds on CRE Asset Management to Uncover & Mitigate Deeply Hidden Risk.” The white paper leverages SitusAMC’s deep experience in forensic diligence to explore hidden risk factors in commercial real estate (CRE) loans and portfolios and the best way

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