Trans Union Africa, a South African-based Consumer Credit Reporting firm, has appointed Morris Maina, former Safaricom and Microsoft executive, to lead its operations in Kenya. A leading Information and Insights company, TransUnion Africa currently operates in 8 countries in Africa: Botswana, Kenya, Namibia, Rwanda, South Africa, Swaziland, Zambia and Malawi.
The firm offers Commercial, Consumer, Insurance and Auto risk information solutions across a number of industries, as well as personal credit management solutions in Africa.
Maina’s new role will see him lead the growth of the company’s increasingly broad range of fraud and risk solutions, leveraging its global expertise for the benefit of the local market.
Morris’s tenure which started on Jan 10, 2022, has garnered more than two decades of business leadership in diverse sectors, including telecommunications, FMCG, technology, and eCommerce across Africa.
He has led business segments for companies like Microsoft and Safaricom, and most recently was the Vice President of Sales at Copia Kenya.
Morris holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Nairobi and has completed Advanced Management Program at Strathmore University.
“The Kenya market forms a critical part of TransUnion Africa’s growth strategy. We believe that, under Morris’ leadership and with the commitment of our talented Kenya team, the business will go from strength to strength,” said Thabo Molefe, TransUnion’s head of Africa operations outside of South Africa.
“In our increasingly digital global economy, trusted relationships that enable everyone to transact with confidence have never been more important. I look forward to developing and deploying even more of TransUnion’s technological capabilities into the Kenyan market for the benefit of businesses and consumers alike,” said Maina.
TransUnion Global Presence
TransUnion has a global presence with its corporate headquarters are located in Chicago, Illinois as well as regional headquarters in Hong Kong, Mumbai, Toronto, Johannesburg, Colombia, Leeds, and Brazil.