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Experian Shareholders Appoint Don Robert as Chairman

At Experian’s AGM all resolutions were passed including the resolution to re-elect Don Robert, Chairman, as a Director of Experian, with nearly 90% of votes cast in favor. As Chairman, Don brings considerable value to Experian and has unrivalled, deep knowledge of the business which he has built up over nine highly successful years as Chief Executive Officer. The Board ... Read More »

Senior Management Changes at Experian

Sir John Peace retires as non-executive Chairman.  Don Roberts stepping up to succeed him.  Brian Cassin appointed CEO. The senior management changes announced by Experian this week, which will come into effect in July 2014 signal both the end of an era and continuity of succession. With the announcement of Sir John Peace’s retirement from the position as non-executive chairman, ... Read More »

Experian to Acquire Passport Health Communication Inc for $850m

Experian announced that it has signed a definitive agreement to acquire Passport Health Communications, Inc. (“Passport Health”), a leading provider of data, analytics and software in the US healthcare payments market, subject to Hart-Scott-Rodino regulatory approval in the US and other customary closing conditions. The purchase price is US$850m, payable in full at closing, which will be funded from Experian’s ... Read More »

Experian First Half (Six Months Ending Sept. 30th 2013) Up 3%

Experian reported total and organic revenue from continuing activities up 6% at constant exchange rates or up 3% at actual exchange rates.  Total revenue for the first half 2013 were US$2.3bn versus US$2.2bn (2012). EBIT margin from continuing activities maintained at 26.0%, in line with guidance. Total EBIT from continuing activities up 7%, at constant exchange rates.  Total EBIT from ... Read More »

Experian Q3 Revenues up 7%

Experian issued an Interim Management Statement that includes an update on trading for the three months to 31 December 2012. In the three months to 31 December 2012, total revenue from continuing activities increased by 7% at constant exchange rates. At actual exchange rates, total revenue from continuing activities increased by 5%, with the difference mainly reflecting depreciation of the ... Read More »