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Developing a data mindset

Earlier this year, TransUnion contributed to the government’s white paper on the use of data and analytics to counter fraud, which was published as part of a public consultation. Given that fraud costs the government an estimated £31bn to £48bn … » 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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Get your financial health in check! Credit scores explained…

Here at TransUnion, we recently put people’s knowledge of credit scores and reporting to the test – and found that two out of three (66%) don’t know what their own credit score is. Equally, the research highlighted that people are … » Read more…

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How data insights are helping to grow the food sector

Matthew Shanahan, Senior Business Development Manager, Retail Team, discusses the use of data within the fast food sector Having worked with data solutions for many years, the digitisation and datafication of industries is always an interesting topic to explore. These … » Read more…

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GDPR – what it has meant for our business and what future regulation is on the horizon?

    With the GDPR deadline fast approaching, we spoke with Neil Bentley, Head of Legal at Callcredit, to discuss what the regulation change has meant for our business and how we’ve prepared for it. Neil has worked closely with … » Read more…

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