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Jeff Dodge

Senior Vice President, Investor Relations

Jeff Dodge is Senior Vice President of Investor Relations for Equifax and is responsible for managing the company's relationship with Wall Street analysts and investors.

Mr. Dodge joined Equifax as Senior Vice President – Business Development, Financial Services Group, in 1992. He was named Senior Vice President and General Manager, Risk Management Services, in October 1993. In April 1997, Mr. Dodge assumed responsibility for all financial services products for the banking industry. In April 1998, he assumed responsibility for the Specialty and Emerging Markets Group responsible for Healthcare, Telecommunications/ Utilities and Government, in addition to new market initiatives. In September 1998, he assumed responsibility for global business expansion opportunities leveraging Internet technology and e-commerce trends. In January 2000, Mr. Dodge was appointed to the position of Executive Vice President and Group Executive for Knowledge Engineering, now known as Predictive Sciences. In August 2000, he was appointed Executive Vice President overseeing the Market Development efforts for Equifax Latin America, and from May 2001 until March 2002 he served as Senior Vice President, Strategic Planning and Analysis. Prior to March 2002, Mr. Dodge served as Senior Vice President, Emerging Markets with responsibility for Homeland Security, Insurance and Government Markets.

Before joining Equifax, Mr. Dodge was Senior Credit Officer, Retailer Financial Services of the GE Capital Corporation from 1983 until 1992. From 1980 until 1983, Mr. Dodge was a Senior Associate at Booz-Allen & Hamilton in the Financial Services Practice. He began his career in financial services at BankAmerica Corporation.

Mr. Dodge earned a bachelor's degree in business from Golden Gate University in San Francisco in 1978, and a master's degree from Carnegie-Mellon University in 1980. He is past Chairman of the Board of Trustees for the National Foundation of Consumer Credit.