Stewart Presents at KBW Annual CEO Title Day

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New leadership to share company outlook with industry analysts

HOUSTON (May 8, 2012) – Stewart Information Services Corp. (NYSE: STC) will participate in Keefe, Bruyette and Woods annual CEO Title Day meetings on Wednesday, May 9, 2012 at the KBW offices in New York City. 

Matt Morris, recently appointed chief executive officer in November 2011, Allen Berryman, chief financial officer, and Dr. Ted C. Jones, director of investor relations and chief economist, will present to analysts the company outlook and strategies to obtain the new leadership’s long-term vision. 

In advance of these meetings, Stewart has placed an updated overview of the company which can be viewed at http://www.stewart.com/investor-relations/presentations.  

About Stewart
Stewart Information Services Corp. (NYSE-STC) is a customer-focused, global title insurance and real estate services company offering products and services through our direct operations, network of approved agencies and other companies within the Stewart family. Stewart provides these services to homebuyers and sellers; residential and commercial real estate professionals; mortgage lenders and servicers; title agencies and real estate attorneys; home builders; and United States and foreign governments. Stewart also provides loan origination and servicing support; loan review services; loss mitigation; REO asset management; home and personal insurance services; tax-deferred exchanges; and technology to streamline the real estate process. Recognized in 2012 by Forbes as one of the Most Trustworthy Companies in America, Stewart offers personalized service, industry expertise and customized solutions for virtually any type of real estate transaction, and is the preferred real estate services provider. More information can be found at http://www.stewart.com/news.

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