Statement from the Chairman and CEO
The Equifax Vision is to be the trusted provider of information solutions that empower our customers to make critical decisions with greater confidence. Good corporate governance is vital to meeting our performance goals by ensuring that our governing processes run smoothly and efficiently and we are prepared to adequately and timely meet the challenges and opportunities posed in our competitive environment.
Equifax is committed to act with integrity in all that we do. We adhere to the highest levels of ethical business practices, as embodied by the Codes of Ethics and Business Conduct for our directors, officers and employees. On the following pages you will find our fundamental governance documents which exemplify the way that Equifax conducts business on behalf of its shareholders, customers, suppliers and associates. At Equifax, good corporate governance is a way of life.
Thank you for your interest in Equifax.
Chairman and Chief Executive Officer
|Director||Executive||Audit||Compensation, Human Resources & Management Succession||Finance||Governance|
|William W. Canfield|
|John L. Clendenin||X||X|
|James E. Copeland, Jr.||X||Chairman|
|Robert D. Daleo||X||X|
|A. William Dahlberg||X|
|Mark L. Feidler||X|
|L. Phillip Humann||X||X||Chairman|
|Lee A. Kennedy||X||Chairman||X|
|Siri S. Marshall||X||X|
|Larry L. Prince||Chairman and Lead Director||Chairman||X|
|Richard F. Smith|
|Jacquelyn M. Ward||X|