Credit checking firm Experian has a new top number cruncher who has a bit of experience working with the company when it was part of Great Universal Stores (GUS).
Irishman Brian Cassin is set to join Experian as Chief Financial Officer from Greenhill & Co. International, where he is a partner and Managing Director and currently Co-Head of European Corporate Advisory.
His role at Greenhill saw him act as strategic advisor to GUS ahead of the Experian demerger, and also act for Experian in subsequent years. Prior to Greenhill, he was at Baring Brothers, in London and New York.
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Cassin will take up his new post at the end of April.
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