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Father’s Day Facts: How Moms and Dads spend Money Diff...

Once you have kids, your bank accounts will never be the same. From child care to college, American parents spend, on average, over $233,000...

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CECL Q&A with Gavin Harding and Jose Tagunicar...

Financial institutions preparing for the launch of the Financial Accounting Standard Board’s (FASB) new current expected credit loss model, or CECL, may have concerns...

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CECL 101: Ready. CECL. Go....

What is CECL? CECL (Current Expected Credit Loss) is a new credit loss model, to be leveraged by financial institutions, that estimates the expected...

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Q1 2019 Consumer Credit Trends...

Consumer credit trends are continuously changing, making it imperative to keep up with the latest developments in originations, delinquencies on mortgages, credit cards and...

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Right Place, Wrong Time: Are You Leaving Customers Wai...

You’ve Got Mail! Probably a lot of it. Birthday cards from Mom, a graduation announcement from your third cousin’s kid whose name you can’t...

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Across the Universe of Alternative Credit Data...

The universe has been used as a metaphor for many things – vast, wide, intangible – much like the credit universe. However, while the...

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Experian Demonstrates Innovations Impacting Financial ...

Earlier this month, Experian joined FinovateSpring in San Francisco, CA to demonstrate innovations impacting financial health to over 1,000 attendees. The Finovate conference promotes...

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Leveraging Alternative Data to Improve Financial Acces...

Millions of consumers lack credit history and/or have difficulty obtaining credit from mainstream financial institutions. To ease access to credit for “invisible” and below...

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Changing Consumer Credit Trends...

Consumer credit trends and markets are constantly evolving, particularly when it comes to originations and delinquencies on mortgages, credit cards and auto loans. According...

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#ExperianVision 2019 – Day 2 Recap...

Day 2 at this year’s Vision conference was fueled with new technology and inspiration. The morning session opened with Robert Boxberger, Experian President, Decision...

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#ExperianVision 2019 – Day 1 Recap...

“Experian is transforming our business from a traditional credit bureau to a true technology and software provider,” said Craig Boundy, CEO of Experian, North...

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4-Cylinder Engines Continue to Gain Market Share; Pro...

Beginning with the birth of stock muscle cars, like the Pontiac GTO, vehicles with powerful V8 engines permeated the roads in the 1960s. Given...

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We’re Powering Opportunities at #ExperianVision ...

Experian’s 38th annual Vision Conference kicks off on Sunday, May 5 in San Antonio, Texas. The sold-out thought leadership conference, is known for driving...

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Doing More with Less: 3 Marketing Challenges Facing Fi...

Do more with less. Once the mantra of the life-hacking movement, it seems to be the charge given to marketers across the globe. Reduce...

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To win with machine learning, it isn’t what you do; it...

If you’re a credit risk manager or a data scientist responsible for modeling consumer credit risk at a lender, a fintech, a telecommunications company...

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