TransUnion strengthens UK leadership with two executive appointments

TransUnion has today announced two new executive appointments – chief product officer, Shail Deep and chief information officer, Ann-Marie Orange.

Shail Deep, who has over 20 years’ experience – both in the UK and globally – across retail banking and technology consulting, joins the business as chief product officer. Shail will be fuelling new product innovation, ensuring robust product quality and delivery, sourcing and incorporating new data assets and delivering valuable analytic insights and solutions.

Previously Shail spent 16 years at HSBC, where she oversaw strategic partnerships and innovation globally for HSBC retail banking and wealth management. During her time there, Shail was responsible for developing innovative customer propositions and solutions through strategic partnerships with tech companies across retail banking products (cards, loans, mortgages, payments and transaction banking).

Shail has also held various leadership roles across cards, payments, risk, fraud, loyalty and proposition development spanning the UK, US, Hong Kong and Malaysia.

“TransUnion is poised for a phase of growth here in the UK and I’m thrilled to be joining the executive team at such a pivotal moment,” said Shail, speaking of her appointment. “As we continue to enhance our products and services in the UK, mirroring our successful global offering, there is a fantastic opportunity for TransUnion to help even more businesses and consumers to benefit from the powerful insights that we derive from our data.”

In addition, TransUnion has announced Ann-Marie Orange as its new chief information officer.  Having joined the business in October 2014, Ann-Marie was appointed to the executive team in September 2019 and is responsible for directing and leading the IT operations to design, build, run and oversee all products; providing service and support to customers.

With over 25 years’ experience in IT, her areas of expertise include optimising organisation structure and operating models, IT business delivery, product delivery, IT strategy and execution, and establishing governance models to deliver enterprise capability.

Ann-Marie said: “It’s an exciting time to be joining the executive team as we prepare to grow and enhance our infrastructure and service capabilities, capitalising on our global products and services. We’ll be continuing to develop our leading technology platforms with ongoing investment, whilst ensuring we deliver excellent customer service, with our clients and consumers at the heart of everything we do.”

Satrajit “Satty” Saha, CEO of TransUnion in the UK, commented: “We’re delighted to welcome both Shail Deep and Ann-Marie Orange to our UK executive team, to help us deliver on our ambitious growth strategy and ensure we are at the forefront of product innovation and service delivery.”