Santa Ana-based CoreLogic said Thursday that its CFO, Anthony "Buddy" Piszel, has resigned. The firm said that Piszel resigned due to receiving a Wells notice from the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), over his role at Freddie Mac. Piszel was CFO at Freddie Mac during the recent financial meltdown. The Wells notice indicates that the SEC is considering a civil enforcement action against Piszel. CoreLogic said that SVP of Finance and Accounting, Michael A. Rasic will replace Piszel. CoreLogic operates an information service maintaining a database of consumer, financial and property information, used for credit reporting, valuation, and other uses.