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Reflecting on a year of success with our community outreach

Sarah Shaw, our corporate responsibility consultant, reflects on a fantastic year and shares a glimpse of what we have planned for the year ahead as we continue to demonstrate our commitment to giving back to our communities. It’s been a … » Read more…

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RBV in the post Universal Credit world

Since the development of RBV (Risk Based Verification) through 2008/2009 and its widespread adoption following the release of circular S11/2011 a lot has changed. And a lot hasn’t. Let’s deal with what has changed first. Universal Credit (UC) has arrived, … » Read more…

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In review: Open Banking Expo

We were delighted to be part of the inaugural Open Banking Expo which took place in London this week, with a packed agenda aimed at helping businesses seize opportunities, mitigate risks and deliver a positive customer experience. With an impressive … » Read more…

Meet the team: Introducing Satty Saha

We’re delighted to announce the appointment of Satty Saha as our chief commercial officer. Satty joins us from TransUnion CIBIL in Mumbai, India, where he was chief business officer, and will be overseeing sales and relationship management for all our … » Read more…

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What’s ahead for 2019?

With a global reach that spans over 34 countries, one in seven consumers in the world have information housed on TransUnion infrastructure. Using sophisticated dynamic analytics tools and with significant investment in our technology, we have expanded the breadth and … » Read more…

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