TDX Group, the leading provider of data and technology-driven debt solutions for businesses, has appointed James Connolly as UK Business Development Director and Paul Eddie as UK Sales Director.
James Connolly will lead TDX Group’s asset sale services. With over 20 years of industry experience, James will focus on the collections and recoveries lifecycle across lending, retail, water and debt purchase markets, helping creditor clients use the right data, processes and oversight to manage sales of debt portfolios. James joins from Callcredit, where he headed up the collections and recoveries division across multiple sectors.
As UK Sales Director, Paul Eddie will lead the TDX Group sales teams in the UK, with a specific focus on expanding the company’s footprint in the financial services, energy and water sectors. Paul brings a wealth of sales leadership expertise to the role having led the banking and financial services business for Oracle in Australia and New Zealand, and in previous sales leadership roles at Experian and Dun & Bradstreet.
Kirk Fletcher, UK Country Manager at TDX Group, said: “It’s great to have Paul and James joining the TDX Group team at such a transformational time within the market. We’ve secured a number of strong new business wins in the last 12 months and are progressing a variety of new initiatives across the financial services and utility sectors. The extensive experience and expertise of these new hires will be instrumental in bringing our unique proposition to new customers at a time when performance, control and transparency of debt management are paramount to their requirements.”
James and Paul will work closely with Adam Bibby, new Head of Utilities at Equifax, TDX Group’s parent company, to increase the business’ presence in the energy and water markets. Adam will be responsible for growing partnerships and will lead the team developing specialist solutions for utilities clients. Prior to joining Equifax, Adam spent over 10 years with Experian, working within the financial services, banking and collections sectors.