Matt Morris serves as the chief executive officer of Stewart Information Services Corporation. As CEO, Morris focuses on enhancing growth and financial performance while preserving Stewart’s culture of integrity and service to customers.
Previously, he was senior executive vice president for Stewart Information Services Corporation, Stewart Title Company and Stewart Title Guaranty Company. Morris also served as the president of the former Stewart Professional Solutions Division, overseeing home office and back office functions, including marketing, information technology, human resources, finance and accounting, the strategy and program management office, and audit/risk management for the Stewart companies.
Morris rejoined Stewart in May 2004 to serve as senior vice president of Planning and Development. Prior to rejoining Stewart, he served as director for a strategic litigation consulting firm, offering trial and settlement sciences and communications strategy.
Morris graduated from Southern Methodist University with a Bachelor’s of Business Administration in organizational behavior and business policy, and received his MBA from the University of Texas with a concentration in finance.
Terry Looper is founder and CEO of Texon LP, a 22-year-old Houston energy company with $6 billion in revenues for 2010. Texon recently sold its crude oil division, but still gathers and sells natural gas and natural gas liquids from U.S. producers. Terry is currently serving on numerous boards including Houston Christian Foundation, Haddington Energy Partners and is current chair of Camp Eagle Board. His past board affiliations include Young Life National Board, as well as the board of Young Life’s Greater Houston Area. Looper was also a trustee of The Houston Christian High School. Terry graduated from Lamar University with a B.S. in Engineering.
David Park has a background in commercial real estate, with work experience in finance, capital markets, and investment banking. Currently, he serves as a Partner of Greenwood Hospitality Group’s Investment Management team, where he is responsible for business development, underwriting of investment opportunities, and sourcing of debt and equity. He is also involved as president of PRD Inc., a family-owned company founded in 1984 which invests in commercial real estate, real assets, and early stage private companies.
David earned an MBA from the Stanford Graduate School of Business and a Bachelor’s degree in Economics from Harvard University.
David Steinbach currently serves as the Chief Investment Officer for the Hines Global REIT and the Hines Global REIT II. Both funds invest globally in office, industrial, retail and multi-family.
Over the last 15 years, David Steinbach has had a role in managing or acquiring real estate investments valued at more than $7 billion across the United States, Brazil, Russia, Australia, Germany, the United Kingdom, Poland, France and Canada.