Sudhish previously held the roles of CIO and chief operating officer at TransUnion Africa. Now, he’ll be responsible for leading TransUnion’s technology and analytics transformation.
TransUnion, a global information and insights company and one of the UK’s leading credit reference agencies, has appointed Sudhish Mohan as its new UK and Europe chief information officer (CIO). He will, among his other responsibilities, be identifying and developing new strategies to advance technology systems and products in the UK and Europe.
“I am delighted to be joining the team at TransUnion in the UK at such a pivotal point in the wider market’s evolution,” Sudhish said. “We are committed to advancing our cutting-edge technology platforms. Our clients and consumers are at the core of our offering, and we strive to continuously improve our cloud, data and analytics capabilities while leveraging our global products and services.”
Shawn Ellis, chief information officer (CIO) at TransUnion International, commented on the appointment, saying that Sudhish’s expertise and unwavering commitment will play a pivotal role in advancing their evolving global capabilities by leveraging cutting-edge technology platforms.
Sudhish is a highly experienced senior IT executive with more than 20 years of experience, having worked across diverse industries such as banking, telecommunications, mining, technology and petrochemicals. Before returning to TransUnion, Sudhish was the CIO for digital banking at Old Mutual.
Sudhish studied a BCom in economics and business management through Unisa and holds an MBA from the same institution. He also gained several certifications in IT through international institutions, such as Duke Graduate University, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), and Columbia Business School.
During an exclusive interview with CIO South Africa, Sudhish revealed what he gets up to outside of the boardroom. He’s quite fond of boxing and muay thai, a form of martial arts. These are sports Sudhish has participated in for over a decade now.