HONG KONG — Global information and insights company TransUnion has appointed Marie Claire Lim Moore as Regional President, Asia Pacific (APAC). Marie Claire joined TransUnion in April 2020 as Hong Kong CEO and has helped to elevate and improve the business while navigating the challenges of Covid-19 and wider evolving market dynamics.
TransUnion’s APAC business is well positioned for growth as its markets continue to evolve, delivering Information for Good to help make trust possible between consumers and businesses in global commerce. In Hong Kong, the number of money lenders has grown significantly, and the wider Greater Bay Area presents new opportunities and possibilities. In the Philippines market, TransUnion has made significant strides in increasing financial inclusion across its rural lending ecosystem.
Marie Claire has significant experience in financial services, emerging technology, and data, having held senior regional roles at Visa and Citibank earlier in her career. She is a true global citizen having worked across multiple markets, including New York, Singapore, and Greater China. A passionate advocate of women’s leadership and empowerment as well as several charitable initiatives, she is a mentor for The Women’s Foundation and also serves on the Board of Directors of Habitat for Humanity and the Splash Foundation in Hong Kong.
“Claire has led our Hong Kong business through a significant period of change. The wider APAC market is also growing, and we recognize the opportunities presented by the Greater Bay Area initiative and increased financial inclusion in the Philippines. Under Claire’s leadership, our Hong Kong team already helps and supports key elements of our wider APAC business and this appointment strengthens that work,” said Todd Skinner, president of TransUnion International.
Pia Arellano, CEO and president of TransUnion Philippines, will continue in her role and will join the APAC leadership team reporting to Marie Claire Lim Moore. Lim Moore’s current role as CEO of TransUnion Hong Kong will remain unchanged.
“Our Hong Kong and Philippines businesses already collaborate very closely, and this new role and evolved structure will allow the region to access even greater resources and expertise for the benefit of our clients and consumers. I look forward to seeing our APAC business continue to grow and thrive as we build new and innovative solutions that best serve the evolving needs of the market. We have a wealth of talent in our business that is ideally positioned to make the next step in our journey a success,” said Marie Claire.