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Costly collections – is there a better way?...

Identifying customers at risk of default is a new concept to most lenders. Mark Keyworth, Client Consulting Director for Experian, explains the way to reduce risk and cost significantly; by monitoring and spotting the warning signs of pre-delinquency and acting early enough to avoid...

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Hunter fraud system enhanced...

Hunter, Experian's industry-leading data-sharing fraud prevention software, has been enhanced to improve its performance and efficiency for anti-fraud...

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Credit and Collections strategy in 2013 – what you nee...

Five years after the worst economic crisis of recent years, the economy is still struggling to recover, with economic prospects not improving and risks remain...

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Experian economics foresight – UK GDP contracted...

Global to local forecasting, specialist analysis of the credit, retail and construction markets, insight into the impact of economic change on consumers and...

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Cementing global customer insight...

Selling across borders has become crucial and is now virtually mandatory for most retailers looking to increase revenues and international income streams. We outline our latest areas of...

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2012: A year of Identity & Fraud, Part Three...

Latest Thinking concludes its look back over 2012 and some of the developments and events in the world of Identity &...

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Sky opts for Experian to optimise customer prospect ma...

Experian has unveiled a new contract with media giant Sky to help it refine its prospect marketing strategy and grow the size and quality of its client...

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US online gaming reaches point of no return...

Despite recent coverage of the US elections virtually eclipsing the issue of online gaming, moves towards it were quietly progressing behind the scenes. Nevada, closely followed by Delaware, have now approved the nation's first interactive gambling licenses, while in August the Federal District Court for the Eastern District of...

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Pension fraud soars during the depths of a downturn...

The financial services sector currently shoulders the £3.5 billion lion’s share of the UK’s annual £75 billion estimated fraud losses. Mortgages, currents accounts, loans and savings are all vulnerable – but evidence suggests pensions are equally at risk. While there are no precise figures for Britain’s pensions industry as...

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