Experian, the global credit rating group, is feeling the benefit of economic recovery. The FTSE 100 company expects organic revenue growth of 15 to 20 per cent in the three months to the end of June as its new financial year gets off to a “strong start”.
Dublin-based Experian also showed its resilience in the year to the end of March, with revenue increasing 7 per cent to $5.37 billion and pre-tax profit climbing 14 per cent to $1.08 billion. The company kept its full-year dividend unchanged from last year at 47 cents per share and said it would buy back $150 million of shares.
Amid the financial uncertainty caused by the pandemic, US consumers signed up to Experian’s free and subscription credit score services
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