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On International Women’s Day TransUnion celebrates the small steps that can have a big impact in supporting women in technology and data science

Rebecca Aberdein, HR director for TransUnion UK, takes a look at the results of some of the initiatives TransUnion (formerly Callcredit) has implemented to support women in tech, both within and beyond its own organisation We set ourselves a challenge … » Read more…

First-time buyer mortgages hit 12-year high

News this week from UK Finance that the number of first-time buyer mortgages has hit a 12-year high will reassure those that may have been stalling their plans to get onto the property ladder whilst Brexit looms in the background. … » Read more…

From Cost Centre to profit makers: Why fraud professionals should be viewed as revenue generators

The season of goodwill and celebration is done and the sales results for the quarter to December 29, have been posted with commentary that we have all come to expect – store sales down, online sales up. It wasn’t difficult … » Read more…

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Player safety: an odds-on focus at ICE 2019

  BBC Radio 4’s Long View episode, Gambling and New Technologies, provided a timely exposition of the industry’s historical relationship with technology. It began by looking at the inception of horse racing sweepstakes in the 1830s and how the combination … » Read more…

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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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