Political Engagement

Equifax believes in transparency and accountability with respect to political expenditures.

Political Engagement Policy

Learn more about our policy around political engagement.

Corporate Political Contributions

Equifax has not made corporate political contributions since 2020 and our policy does not allow company resources to be used for political purposes.

Participation in Trade Associations

Our participation in the political process is designed to promote and protect the economic future of Equifax, our shareholders and employees, and we maintain memberships with a variety of trade associations in the United States for that purpose. These trade associations cover a broad range of public policy issues and represent a variety of industry issues. As a result, we may not always share the same view as the association or other association members, and we voice our concerns as appropriate.

Set forth below are the names of U.S. based (1) trade associations, (2) tax-exempt organizations that write and endorse model legislation, and (3) 501(c)(4) social welfare organizations, in each case, that are engaged in U.S. lobbying activities, managed by the Equifax Government Relations department, and received annual payments from Equifax of at least $50,000 in 2023:

  • Better Identity Coalition
  • Consumer Data Industry Association
  • National Employment Opportunity Network (NEON)
  • US. Chamber of Commerce

The aggregate annual amount paid by Equifax to all such organizations in 2023, including but not limited to those named above, is approximately $1.44 million.