Experian appointed Sir Alan Rudge as Deputy Chairman.  Sir Alan is currently Experian’s Senior Independent Director and, in addition to his existing responsibilities, his enhanced role as Deputy Chairman will include chairmanship of the Nomination and Corporate Governance Committee.  John Peace, Chairman commented:  “In his new role, Sir Alan will be working closely with me on all future strategic board and governance matters, drawing on his extensive business experience.”  

Sir Alan Rudge is Chairman of the Board of Management of the Royal Commission for the Exhibition of 1851.  He is a past Chairman of ERA Technology Ltd and until December 2007 was a Pro-Chancellor of the University of Surrey.  He was Deputy Chief Executive of BT until 1997 and was subsequently Chairman of WS Atkins until 2001, Chief Executive and then President of Celtel International BV and Special Adviser to General Atlantic Partners until 2004.   Sir Alan is a former Chairman of the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council, a past President of the Institution of Electrical Engineers and Chairman of the Engineering Council. He has served on a number of national committees including the Government’s Advisory Committee on Science and Technology.  Source: Experian Press Release

BIIA Newsletter October II – 2010 Issue