December 5, 2012


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Alliance will be known as Fidelity National Timeshare

JACKSONVILLE, FL (November 12, 2012) — Fidelity National Title Group (Maitland, FL) and Chicago Title Timeshare (Escondido, CA) have formed an alliance to be known as Fidelity National Timeshare (FNT). The two entities have joined forces to strengthen their service and respond better to the needs of an ever-changing timeshare industry. The new relationship enhances the company’s ability to serve the industry through its existing East and West Coast office and is dedicated solely to working within the timeshare and shared ownership arena.

Grant Miller, Vice President and Executive Director of Fidelity National Timeshare said “Creating this new alliance provides an unmatched collection of products and services the industry has always desired, but never seen before.”

“We are also excited about the possibilities to offer a better-integrated bicoastal servicing approach for existing and new clients,” he continued.

“For years, the industry has encouraged us to join forces to become a single source of solution-based products and services,” said Rob Cohen Senior Vice President of Fidelity National Timeshare. “We have now come together to make it a reality. We have been and will continue to be a subsidiary of Fidelity National Financial, Inc. (NYSE: FNF), which is the only company within the title insurance industry to be recognized on the Fortune 500 list.”

“We understand the nuances of both deeded and non-deeded interests including timeshares, points-based clubs, travel clubs, fractional, shared ownership properties and private residence clubs. We know that every project is unique and requires specialized support from its title insurance and escrow partner,” said JoAnn Lockard, Vice President and Division Counsel “FNT will continue to remain committed to our customers, innovating and improving our services to meet the rapidly evolving needs of the industry.”

To service the complex needs of the timeshare industry and its global footprint, the new group will maintain offices in California and Florida. For more information:

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