Quarterly U.S. Economic and Credit Trends from Equifax – Credit Card Activity Remains Strong and Steady

As part of our new quarterly series, U.S. Economic and Credit Trends Outlook, Equifax is sharing fresh insights and information about current economic conditions. We hope this regular update can help you optimize performance, growth and profitability across all areas of your business by giving you a fresh, current snapshot of the economy and key [Read More…]

Register Now: Q2 Economic and Credit Trends from Equifax

It’s almost time for the Q2 U.S. Economic and Credit Trends Outlook from Equifax. This quarterly webinar series is aimed at helping you make more informed decisions, with economic and consumer credit trends from across the U.S. Register Now Join Equifax Thursday, May 25 2017 at 1:00 pm ET as Chief Economist Amy Crews Cutts [Read More…]

U.S. Economy is Looking Up, as Improvement Continues Through 2017

Having a basic understanding of current economic conditions can help you make smarter, more strategic decisions about your business. You can benchmark your performance against national markets and trends. You can better forecast your book of business. You can even boost your business agility by monitoring shifts in your industry, or the broader economy. For [Read More…]

CBA Live 2017: Visit Equifax at Booth 56!

Ready to drive growth and better protect your business? We’ll show you how at CBA Live! April 3 – 5, 2017 at the Gaylord Texan, Dallas, TX Equifax booth # 56 You’ve known for years that Equifax helps your business mitigate risk. In fact, we’ve been known primarily as a credit reporting agency, helping U.S. [Read More…]

Webinar On Demand: Q1 U.S. Economic and Credit Trends Outlook from Equifax

Available now: Q1 U.S. Economic and Credit Trends Outlook webinar. Equifax is proud to introduce a new quarterly webinar series aimed at helping you make more informed decisions, with economic and consumer credit trends from across the U.S. Listen now as Chief Economist Amy Crews Cutts delivers insights that can help drive strategic growth at [Read More…]

When It Comes to Identifying Affluence, Third-party Data Remains A Vital Tool

Marketing to affluent audiences relies heavily on reaching audiences that have the spending capacity to afford a brand or service. This includes both a brand’s existing customers, as well as prospects who match the spending or behavioral characteristics of those valuable existing consumers. The trick is for marketers to use all of the data and [Read More…]

Insights that Drive More Informed Securitizations

SFIG Vegas February 26 – March 1, 2017 | Aria Resort & Casino | Las Vegas, NV When it comes to understanding current borrower credit health, more of today’s industry players are coming to Equifax. With up-to-date consumer risk scores and credit attributes for securitized mortgage loans, you can: Leverage Credit Risk Insight™ for Connecticut [Read More…]

Trended Data – Minimize Risk and Head-Off Default

Today’s static consumer credit profile provides a limited understanding of financial behaviors and risk profiles. Delivering a more dynamic view of consumers, trended data helps you see the trajectory of spending and repayment behaviors by analyzing consumers’ financial behaviors over a set period of time. Compared to the static snapshot view you get from a [Read More…]

Insights that Drive Mortgage Servicing Solutions

MBA’s National Mortgage Servicing Conference & Expo February 14-17, 2017 | Gaylord Texan | Dallas, TX Many mortgage servicers are looking for insights to help maintain costs and portfolio health while complying with regulatory requirements. Visit us at this year’s MBA Servicing Conference to learn how our credit and property data, 4506-T service, and income/employment verifications [Read More…]

Faced With Cautious Affluent Consumers, Nimble Marketing Matters

At the start of the year, it’s generally standard practice for marketing organizations to do a postmortem on the previous year and think about how they’re going to apply their learnings to the year ahead. But 2017 has the potential to be a very different year, as the U.S. undergoes a political transition that could [Read More…]