Experian appoints two new senior leaders to drive A/NZ growth

Experian appoints two new senior leaders to drive A/NZ growth

Experian appoints two new senior leaders to drive A/NZ growth

Sydney, Australia, October 2010 – Experian®, the global information services company, today announced the appointment of Neil Boulton as Director of Digital Marketing for Experian, Australia and New Zealand (A/NZ), and Nigel Butler, Director of Decision Analytics for Experian A/NZ.

Neil will lead Experian’s Digital Marketing organisation in A/NZ and be responsible for the growth and expansion of some of Experian’s most recognised global products including Hitwise, CheetahMail and Multi Channel Marketer, as well as Experian’s marketing consulting business.

Neil has over 20 years experience on both the client and supplier side, having worked in senior sales, marketing and consulting roles in a number of locally and globally recognised brands in the media, financial services, management consulting and energy sectors, including Australian Consolidated Press, Time Inc Magazines and AGL.

Nigel Butler's appointment as Director of Decision Analytics for Experian brings expertise and experience in risk management consultancy.  Nigel will be responsible for the ongoing development, implementation and support of all credit risk and fraud products and consulting services.  His knowledge of risk management products and processes, across a wide range of multi-country consumer credit products, will be invaluable to Experian as it continues to grow its solutions capability.

Prior to Experian, Nigel ran his own consultancy business - Credit Risk Connections.  He spent five years as General Manager of Secured Consumer Risk, Commonwealth Bank, as well as working for PwC, Equifax, Barclaycard, Providian National Bank and Abbey National.

Paul Vescovi, Managing Director at Experian A/NZ comments: “The appointment of Neil and Nigel brings a wealth of client-side insights and experience to build our capabilities across A/NZ and provide thought leadership to Experian’s clients.”