US-headquartered credit reporting agency TransUnion has appointed Dominic Goslett as chief revenue officer in the UK.

He will lead the company’s go-to-market strategy, driving sales and overseeing client relationships.

Having held senior leadership roles with TransUnion since 2018, Dominic has been responsible for defining and delivering strategies across a range of sectors, including government, gaming, eCommerce, telecommunications, debt market and utilities. 

Most recently, he has spearheaded the FinTech strategy across all TransUnion’s international markets.

Prior to this, Dominic held positions at Thomson Reuters in both Europe and Africa. He has led pioneering initiatives that have supported both private and public sector clients through unique challenges.

“The past couple of years have brought many challenges for our clients, with the pandemic and rising cost of living, and it’s been a privilege for me to help find and implement data-led solutions to address these,” he said.

“I’m really looking forward to continuing on this path, focusing on how we can utilise the power of data and analytics to help businesses flourish by making better decisions and delivering the smooth customer journeys that today’s consumers expect.” 

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Satty Saha, CEO of TransUnion in the UK, said: “I’m delighted to welcome Dominic to the UK executive team as our chief revenue officer. 

“He’s known within the business for his drive and tenacity and I’m looking forward to working alongside him as we continue to deliver innovative products and solutions to make trust possible between businesses and consumers, and to meet and exceed our clients’ expectations.

“I’d also like to thank David Finch for his tenure in this position over the past three years as he moves on to an international role within the wider business. We wish him every success.”

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