TransUnion is the new trading name of Callcredit in the UK. The usual high levels of service and products will continue as normal whilst we update the brand over the coming months.


As specialists in managing consumer data, TransUnion (formerly Callcredit) has a wealth of industry experts who are able to provide insight and analysis into every sector, as well as add further depth to research.

In this section of our website you will find current TransUnion (formerly Callcredit) news stories as well as press releases issued in previous years. For any media enquiries, interview requests or industry insights, please contact our press team.

The information in the press releases below is intended for journalists and media professionals only. The information should not be construed as a financial promotion under the Financial Conduct Authority's (FCA) Handbook of rules and Guidance.

Viewing Articles for December 2001

Car Distribution in Europe

18 December 2001

Europe's 97,000 new car dealers will spend Christmas waiting to hear what the European Commission's Competition Directorate proposes for the new Block Exemption regulations in September 2002. The draft is now expected early in the New Year.

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EuroDirect & English Regional Tourist Boards Launch First UK Tourism Classification System

07 December 2001

EuroDirect, the leading database marketing specialist has developed the UK's first classification system for the UK tourism market, in a joint initiative with eight English Regional Tourist Boards.

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Retail Lessons to Learn In Financial Services Channel Management

05 December 2001

New Report On Channel Management Says Financial Services Companies Need To Learn Lessons From Other Retailers Financial services companies need to learn lessons about distribution techniques from other retail sectors, says a new report on Channel Management. Though most financial services companies, banks in particular, have added many new physical and virtual distribution channels in recent years they tend to be unaware of the innovations taking place in retailing generally.

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