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Mike Rogers To Be Experian’s New Chairman


05/29/2019


A veteran in the banking field to replace Don Robert at Experian.



Experian is the “biggest credit check company” in the world which has chosen Mike Rogers, “independent non-executive director”, as its chairman, on Wednesday, 29 May 2019.
 
This move comes as Don Robert had announced about his exit plans sometimes last year, while Rogers will be replacing him now.
 
Moreover, Rogers also happens to be “The Royal Bank of Scotland” Group’s Non-Executive Director, who is scheduled to take up Experian’s chairman’s role following the company’s General Meeting which will take place on July 24, 2019.
 
The veteran of the industry became part of the board of Experian in July 2017. He brings to the table a decade long experience of “heading insurance group Liverpool Victoria” and two decades long experience at Barclays.
 
 
References:
reuters.com







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