The global information and insights company that brings trust in global commerce, TransUnion, has appointed Kelli Fielding as its new chief product officer for the UK. Fielding has been a part of the company for more than 20 years, bringing deep operational knowledge.
Her new role in the company’s executive team will see her focusing on creating innovative products while also using TransUnion’s international capacities and partnerships to the maximum.
At the end of February, TransUnion launched Open Banking for Gaming, a fresh solution meant to protect consumers and promote safer gaming in the gambling industry.
Fielding, “Thrilled” to Adopt the New Executive Position
Commenting on the news, Fielding expressed her thrill to embrace the new position as the company continues to work on improving its offerings while maintaining its reputation as a provider of “valuable analytic insights” for both consumers and businesses.
She also spoke about the versatility of their products ranging from credit risk, affordability, fraud, or customer experience, further explaining the company was set to offer safe, customizable experiences while busy boosting its “financial inclusion and business opportunity.”
Fielding to Use Her “Long Tenure” with TransUnion to Lead the Product Team
The company’s chief executive officer for the UK, Satrajit “Satty” Saha, spoke about Fielding’s “long tenure with the company” and amazing track record in helping TransUnion grow. Saha also expressed delight to have the new CPO lead the product team and develop partnerships to back their growth strategy.
Fielding has already spent over two decades with TransUnion, including her most recent position of vice president, head of international consumer interactive in Leeds which she started in March 2023.
Before reaching TransUnion, Fielding was also a non-executive director for TransUnion’s investment in personal credit platform and API, Monevo. At the moment, serves on Monevo’s board, leveraging TransUnion’s international partnerships, decisioning, and analytic capacities to their full potential. At the end of April, TransUnion released a fraud analysis report announcing that the global digital fraud rate had dropped by 22.6% in Q1 2022 compared to the prior-year quarter.