|Bid||70.69 x 800|
|Ask||71.19 x 1000|
|Day's Range||70.43 - 71.90|
|52 Week Range||52.15 - 79.48|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||1.24|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||49.22|
|Earnings Date||Jul 23, 2019|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||0.30 (0.42%)|
|1y Target Est||75.92|
Property managers have been slow to adopt the process of reporting rent payments to credit bureaus, but findings from a new survey may motivate some of them to move a bit faster. The survey, commissioned by TransUnion (TRU), found that seven in 10 renters (73%) would be more likely to make on-time rent payments if property managers reported rent payments to a credit bureau. Furthermore, when given a choice between two similar properties, two-thirds of renters (67%) in the survey said they would choose the rental unit with reporting already in place.
A new TransUnion Healthcare (TRU) analysis found that most patients likely felt a bigger pinch to their wallets as out-of-pocket costs across all settings of care increased in 2018. The new findings were revealed today at the 2019 Healthcare Financial Management Association Annual Conference in Orlando. The analysis reveals that patients experienced annual increases of up to 12% in their out-of-pocket responsibilities for inpatient, outpatient and emergency department care in 2018.
TransUnion (TRU) announced today that Kermit R. Crawford has been appointed to its Board of Directors, effective June 14. “Kermit is an excellent addition to TransUnion’s board of directors,” said Leo Mullin, chairman of the board, TransUnion. Crawford, 59, sits on the board of directors at Allstate Insurance Co., serving in this capacity since 2013.
While used vehicle financing has traditionally been associated with non-prime borrowers, a new TransUnion (TRU) study has found that consumers across the credit spectrum are increasingly evaluating used vehicles as a more practical option. This trend is especially noteworthy among consumers with prime and higher credit scores, and is believed to be driven in part by the influx of off-lease vehicles to the marketplace. The study found that, contrary to popular belief, prime and above consumers are making up the majority of used vehicle finance transactions.
CHICAGO, June 18, 2019 -- TransUnion (NYSE: TRU) will publish its financial results for the second quarter ending June 30, 2019, in a press release to be issued by 6:00 a.m..
TransUnion (TRU) announced today the creation of a Sustainability Office and issued the 2018 Corporate Social Responsibility Report. Now we are elevating our commitment to that belief with the creation of a Sustainability Office to help centralize efforts to ensure our business practices, governance structures and environment profile are all aligned,” said Chris Cartwright, president and CEO of TransUnion. The Sustainability Office will engage a cross-functional working group, under the guidance of a steering committee made of members of the executive leadership team.
Without the right data, providing quick and accurate insurance quotes based on an applicant’s full risk profile can be challenging. To this end, DealerPolicy, a trusted and comprehensive insurance marketplace for automotive retailers and their valued customers, announced the integration of TransUnion’s DriverRiskSM (TRU) into its current offerings. TransUnion’s DriverRisk solution provides DealerPolicy with access to violation data that speeds up the process of generating quotes while increasing the accuracy of the quotes provided.
TransUnion (TRU) today announced the launch of myTrueIdentity to help equip Canadian organizations in combatting cyber-attacks on their organizations and ultimately, the impact to Canadian consumers. Faced with the ever-evolving sophistication of cyber-fraud, organizations’ readiness to respond to an attack is important to help mitigate potential damages. Beyond reputational impact and the erosion of trust with consumers, data indicates that the average cost of a data breach to a Canadian organization in 2018 was around CA$6.37 million, according to a recent study from IBM.
TransUnion (TRU) today committed to support The Chicago Network (TCN) Equity Principles Campaign, which aims to have Chicago-area companies work toward achieving gender equity in leadership roles by 2030. While the Campaign is specific to the local area, TransUnion is going one step further and committing to equity in leadership across its entire global workforce. “Women in leadership at TransUnion play an integral part in our growth and success,” said Chris Cartwright, president and CEO of TransUnion.
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CHICAGO, May 28, 2019 -- TransUnion (NYSE: TRU) today announced that Todd Cello, CFO, will present at the Baird Global Consumer, Technology and Services Conference on Tuesday,.
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The newly released Q1 2019 TransUnion (TRU) Industry Insights Report shows that there was continued positive growth in the Canadian credit market in the first quarter of the year. Growth was driven by a rise in the total number of Canadian consumers with access to credit, as well as an increase in the amount they are borrowing. Importantly, delinquency rates remained broadly flat compared to a year ago.
Once primarily used for financing purchases such as washing machines or winter coats when the economy was floundering, layaway has a whole new look. Now called point-of-sale loans, installment payments are shaking up how consumers finance purchases.
CHICAGO, May 16, 2019 -- The latest entrant to the credit market, point-of-sale loans, may be shaking up how consumers finance large purchases. According to the TransUnion.
PORTLAND, Ore. and BOSTON, May 15, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- iovation, a TransUnion (TRU) company, today released findings that show how people in the U.S. are bypassing system controls on gambling websites and apps. The iovation analysis found that 4.13 percent of online gambling transactions originating from the United States, predominantly to European gambling operators, used evasion techniques such as trying to hide their location.
TransUnion (TRU) announced an agreement to acquire TruSignal, Inc., a leader in people-based marketing technology. TruSignal uses its custom audience-building platform to deliver predictive scoring powered by artificial intelligence, making big data available and actionable in almost real time for one-to-one addressable marketing. “TransUnion is committed to developing market leading solutions for digital marketing and media execution,” said Chris Cartwright, TransUnion’s president and chief executive officer.
A new study from TransUnion (TRU) found these drivers have access to programs that remove or reduce their ticket violations, including DUIs, which may have adverse impacts on both insurers and the insured alike. The findings from the study, which observed 39 million violation records, were released today during the 2019 TransUnion Insurance Summit, attended by more than 150 insurance executives. Insurers are missing the risk associated with the original violation when tickets are repeatedly downgraded or dismissed, leading to major impacts on insurance premiums for all consumers nationally.
CHICAGO, May 09, 2019 -- TransUnion (NYSE: TRU) today announced that its Board of Directors declared a cash dividend of $0.075 per share for the first quarter 2019. The.
TransUnion (TRU) announced today that the company’s board of directors confirmed the appointment of Christopher A. Cartwright to the position of President and CEO of TransUnion, effective immediately. “Today marks the completion of our succession plan and the beginning of a new chapter for TransUnion,” said Cartwright. This completes the CEO succession plan as initially announced November 14, 2018.
Consumers who fall behind on credit payments may find an unexpected lifeline—another loan from their lender. A new TransUnion (TRU) study found that, in some instances, both lenders and consumers can benefit when additional loans are extended to customers during difficult times. The findings were released today during the 2019 TransUnion Financial Services Summit, attended by more than 300 executives from across the globe.