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Equifax names new UK Chief Commercial Officer

Equifax, leading global data, analytics, and technology company, is today announcing the appointment of David Wilson, as Chief Commercial Officer of Equifax UK. 


David joins the Equifax team with a wealth of commercial leadership experience, spanning two decades in the sector, and a strong track record of success transforming global teams and businesses. Most recently, David has developed data and analytics businesses from within the RELX company portfolio, including CEO and COO roles.


David brings a wealth of experience operating across a diverse cross section of business segments – from agriculture to science and medical – as well as his expertise in financial services, where he specialised in payments and financial crime. This connection to the UK financial services sector, along with a deep knowledge of client needs and cutting-edge data and analytics technology, is well aligned to Equifax’s growth plans.


David Wilson, Chief Commercial Officer at Equifax UK, said: "I’m delighted to join the team and the Equifax business at this pivotal time of change in the financial services ecosystem. Equifax plays a critical role in helping organisations to make better decisions through data insights, which is essential for creating greater financial transparency. I’m keen to use my experience to complement this strategy and create value for our customers and partners. This next chapter with Equifax will allow me to be an active partner in shaping the company's long-term growth plans."


Patricio Remón, President for Europe at Equifax, said: "At a time of such market change and evolution, I’m extremely pleased to welcome David to Equifax. He will play a key role as we expand and collaborate for growth in the coming years. David’s breadth of expertise, working across international markets in many different sectors, is essential to our own client delivery. His customer-first and product-led focus, especially for financial services, will be a key asset as we drive through the rest of 2022 and into the coming years.”