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Supporting sustainability is just one of the themes in our annual Corporate Social Responsibility report

Rebecca Aberdein, HR Director for TransUnion UK explains the company’s pledge to support the environment. Here at TransUnion, we’re committed to doing our part for the environment and have recently created a sustainability office to help centralise efforts across our … » Read more…

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PSD2 Requirements: Responding to Key Market Trends

The revised Payment Services Directive (PSD2) is changing the rules of the game for the payment industry. By September 2019 Payment Service Providers (PSPs) in the European Economic Area (EEA) have to comply with the directive’s requirements for strong customer … » Read more…

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In review: Consumer Experience Summit 2019

TransUnion customers enjoyed a day of inspiration, innovation and insight at our Consumer Experience Summit at Tobacco Dock, London yesterday. CEO of TransUnion in the UK, Satrajit “Satty” Saha addressed the four key trends that are transforming the way we … » Read more…

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Authorised Push Payment (APP) fraud – Arriving at a customer experience that delivers for everyone

There doesn’t seem to be a week go by when fraud is not covered by the mainstream press and the last two months have been no different. At the end of May the Payment Systems Regulator announced the results of … » Read more…

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E-commerce: How could you use PSD2 to your competitive advantage?

The 2nd Payment Services Directive (or PSD2 for those in the know) is on it’s way. It’s arrival may have been delayed with some retail organisations looking to push the date back due to a lack of readiness, but the … » Read more…

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