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Experian’s commitment to corporate citizenship is essential to doing “good business.” It is our responsibility to ensure that our ethics are sound, our environmental footprint is minimal and our community support gives back to those who need it most. We are very proud that Experian achieves its success while maintaining a strong commitment to being a responsible corporate citizen.

Improvements in Experian’s Corporate Responsibility performance in 2009 resulted in our inclusion in the Dow Jones Sustainability Index (DJSI) and the FTSE4Good Index. We also were ranked one of the top 10 performers in the FTSE 350 by the United Kingdom’s Good Companies Guide for our position on gender diversity in management.

This year’s Corporate Responsibility report (released this June) highlights additional successes. In the United States, Experian:

  • Established a Consumer Council to strengthen our relationships and to initiate a dialogue among Experian and consumers, industry experts and other key stakeholders.
  • U.S. employees volunteered more than 9,550 hours of their personal time to nonprofit organizations last year. This equates to volunteering 24 hours a day for 397 days straight.
  • Partnered with DonorsChoose.org, an organization dedicated to improving education, to give each employee the opportunity to support a local educational project. Through this initiative, Experian employees donated to 2,675 projects, which ultimately impacted more than 74,000 students.
  • Co-hosted the inaugural Jump$tart Coalition National Educator Conference in Washington, D.C. The challenges of teaching personal finance in hard economic times drew more than 250 classroom teachers from 46 states.

For additional information and case studies, visit www.experiancrreport.com.

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