Kelli Fielding Appointed as Chief Product Officer at TransUnion UK
TransUnion has announced Kelli Fielding as its new chief product officer for the UK. As part of her new role with the global information and insights company, Kelli will focus on product innovation, leveraging TransUnion’s global capabilities and maximizing key partnerships.
As part of the UK executive team, Kelli will drive the product strategy, maintaining quality and delivery of existing solutions, as well as propelling further development of TransUnion’s market-leading products in the UK and Europe.
“I’m thrilled to take on this new role as we continue to enhance our solutions – maintaining our reputation for innovation and incorporating new data assets so we can provide valuable analytic insights to help businesses and consumers transact with confidence,” said Kelli Fielding, speaking of her appointment. “Through our range of products spanning credit risk and affordability, fraud and identification, customer experience and more, we aim to enable safe, tailored consumer experiences, whilst also delivering on our goals of increasing financial inclusion and business opportunity.”
TransUnion’s UK CEO, Satrajit “Satty” Saha said: “Kelli brings a wealth of knowledge and experience, thanks to her long tenure with the company and has an excellent track record in growing the business and delivering complex solutions. We’re delighted to have her leading the product team and developing our partnerships to support our growth strategy.”
Having been with the business for more than two decades, Kelli most recently held the role of head of consumer interactive internationally, where she was responsible for strategy and performance of the consumer business across all TransUnion’s international markets.
Prior to that Kelli was the driving force behind TransUnion’s investment in personal credit platform and API, Monevo. She currently serves on the board of Monevo to help leverage TransUnion's global relationships and market-leading decisioning and analytic capabilities.