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MBNA Ireland joins Experian data sharing programme

31 July 2006  |  2451 views  |  0 Source: MBNA Ireland

MBNA Ireland (NYSE: KRB), one of the country's largest credit card providers, today announced that it has become the latest member of the Experian consumer credit bureau in Ireland - the ECBI.

Based in Carrick-on-Shannon, MBNA will contribute both positive and negative data and in doing so will be assisting other ECBI members in making more informed credit decisions about their customers.

Austin Cleary, Head of Ireland Customer Operations, said: "MBNA has a good relationship with Experian in the UK and is impressed by the services they offer, especially the ability to deliver a fully integrated system."

Speaking at the announcement, Eamon Glennon, MBNA's Head of Technology said: "MBNA has always believed that sharing data is good not just for the industry but also for the customer. We look forward to a successful relationship with Experian Ireland".

Experian is a global leader in providing value-added information solutions to organisations and consumers. Richie Smith, Experian Ireland's Consumer Services Director, said: "Experian Ireland already has market leading operations in both Business Information and Marketing Services. We believe today will be a big step forward in our aspirations to assume this position in the Irish consumer credit bureau market."

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