TransUnion Appoints Mark Molyneux as UK Strategy and Planning Director
TransUnion has appointed Mark Molyneux as its new strategy and planning director for the UK and Europe. As part of the UK executive team, Mark will be responsible for identifying and developing new growth opportunities that align to TransUnion’s strategy, both in the UK and globally.
Having joined TransUnion in 2019, Mark has made significant contributions to the business, including supporting TransUnion’s recent investments,i as well as defining and tracking execution of its organic growth strategy.
Speaking of his appointment, Mark Molyneux commented: “I’m delighted to be joining the UK executive team. The UK and European markets offer significant opportunities for growth and TransUnion is well positioned to realise these. As we continue to develop innovative solutions that solve key challenges for our clients – with consumers at the centre of our thinking – TransUnion will continue to succeed.”
Mark joined TransUnion from Barclays, where he held strategy and product roles across its retail banking business. Prior to that, Mark worked at Strategy&, PwC’s global strategy consulting business, where he supported clients in the retail banking, corporate banking, insurance and wealth management sectors.
CEO of TransUnion in the UK, Satrajit “Satty” Saha, said: “With his extensive experience in strategy and product roles, both at TransUnion and in the wider financial services market, Mark is a valuable addition to the UK leadership team. He will be crucial to defining the strategy and priorities that will grow our business and demonstrate TransUnion’s commitment to using information for good.”
The appointment comes as previous UK strategy and planning director Shashant Agrawal joins TransUnion’s global data and analytics organisation as vice president of strategy. In his new role, Shashant will be responsible for developing the global data and analytics agenda and vision – encompassing key operational capabilities that underpin and drive growth.
i TransUnion announced its investment in Bud Financial Limited (Bud), a leader in Open Banking and data intelligence, in January 2023.
In October 2021, TransUnion confirmed its investment in UK-based fintech Monevo to serve the personal credit market.