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Troy D. Allen Photo Troy D. Allen
Kroll Worldwide, Senior VP/Kroll Fraud Solutions

"Understanding and Protecting Against Identity Theft!"


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Troy Allen is a specialist in identity theft and vice president of the Fraud Solutions Group at Kroll Background America, where he is charged with providing theft restoration services to the consumer market.

Prior to coming to Kroll, Troy concentrated on sales and marketing within the banking, insurance and real estate industries with such firms as Union Planters Bank and FISI Madison Financial, an international direct response affinity marketing organization owned by Cendant Corp. He has worked on marketing campaigns for all of the top 25 and most of the national and regional financial institutions in the U.S. Many of those campaigns centered on identity theft products offered to consumers.

Troy holds an M.B.A. with a concentration in Marketing, and a B.S. in Business Administration. He is also a licensed private investigator and a proud member of the National Association of REALTORS®.


Contact Information:

Troy D. Allen
Senior VP/Kroll Fraud Solutions, Kroll Worldwide
1900 Church Street, Suite 300
Nashville, TN 37203
(v) 615-320-9800
(f) 615-320-9916
(e) tallen@krollworldwide.com
(w)www.krollworldwide.com





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