Paulino do Rego Barros Jr., who most recently served as interim CEO, will assume the role of President of USIS

Equifax Inc. (NYSE: EFX) has named Paulino do Rego Barros Jr. to serve as President of United States Information Solutions (USIS), replacing Trey Loughran who has announced he is leaving the company to pursue a new opportunity.

Barros, who has held multiple senior leadership roles within the company, will be responsible for leading one of the largest business units within Equifax, with estimated revenue of $1.3 billion. USIS leverages unique data assets, technology, analytics, and expertise to create unparalleled insights to help both businesses and consumers make more informed financial decisions.

Prior to serving as interim CEO, Barros led the company’s Asia-Pacific business, which includes the largest acquisition in Equifax’s history – Veda, the leading provider of credit information and analysis in Australia and New Zealand. Previously, Barros led the company’s USIS business and the International business unit. Prior to joining Equifax, Barros founded and served as president of PB&C – Global Investments, LLC, and also held several executive positions at BellSouth Corporation and AT&T, including president of Global Operations for AT&T. His previous experience includes executive and managerial roles at Motorola, Inc., The NutraSweet Company, and Monsanto Company.

Source: Equifax Press Release