The credit bureau Experian has named new leadership for two major business units within its North American credit services group, along with a handful of other executive appointments in the group.

Genevieve Juillard is the new president of consumer information services for the North American credit services group. In her new role, Juillard will manage Experian's U.S. consumer credit bureau and its business-to-business operations. She is returning to Experian's North American operations after overseeing the opening of the company's credit bureau in Australia.

Hiq Lee has been named president of business information services, which provides information and analysis for the business-to-business marketplace. Lee has spent ten years with Experian and has held several executive roles, most recently as head of strategic alliances, resellers and sales education for North America.

Experian did not immediately respond to requests for further information, including details on who previously held these roles.

The company also announced three additional executive level promotions for the North American credit services group.

Laura DeSoto has been named senior vice president of marketing for the business information services, and will oversee all marketing activities for Experian's commercial credit line of business.

Michele Pearson has been appointed senior vice president of indirect sales for credit services and decision analytics, overseeing strategic alliances, resellers and education for Experian's North American commercial credit and analytics business.

Robin Norris has been named chief financial officer of credit services, overseeing finances for the group. She had been senior vice president and controller for North America.

"Each of these individuals come from within the Experian family and has a proven track record in the organization," said Lloyd Parker, group president of Credit Services for Experian North America, in the news release. "With their extensive knowledge of our business and the industry, there is no doubt that Experian will continue to thrive under their leadership."