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As President of Experian’s Consumer Information Services, Alex is responsible for overseeing Experian’s US consumer credit bureau and the Group’s Consumer Assistance Centre (MCE). As such, Alex is responsible for all aspects of Experian’s consumer credit services business, including the quality of our data, the breadth of our data assets that determines how much of the population we can score accurately, delivery and management of credit risk data and value-added services to help our clients manage and optimize their customer relationships. Alex is evolving our Credit Bureau to think like a B2B2C business, advancing the Group’s efforts to build a stronger connection to consumer-contributed data, innovating frictionless lending experiences as well as the digitization of lending processes to increase data security on one hand and minimize paper-intensity on the other hand. His business drives innovation focused on new technologies, productivity enhancements and it supports many of our direct-to-consumer initiatives.
Prior to joining Experian, Alex served as CEO and President of Vertafore, a market-leading $450+ million revenue insurance software provider, where he grew revenue and profit at the fastest pace in that organisation’s history.
Prior to that, Alex worked for Intuit, a well-known Silicon Valley based FinTech company, where he served as President of Intuit’s Global Business Division. There he grew revenue outside the United States from $100 million to over $200+ million during his 6 years in that role and tripled the number of QuickBooks Online users through that international growth. Prior to his tenure as President of the Global Business Division, he served 4 years as Senior Vice President of Strategy, Government Affairs and Corporate Development, where he led the repositioning of Intuit towards the analyst community, investors and the relevant regulating government agency, whilst driving some key acquisitions in Intuit’s history to accelerate their market share gains and progress towards being a global tax and accounting software juggernaut.
Before he became an operator, Alex spent 15 years as a consultant, starting as a Business Analyst at Dr. Hoefner & Partners in Munich, Germany and later serving as Vice President of The Boston Consulting Group in their London and San Francisco offices.