FICO appoints Louise Lunn as global analytics delivery leader

New FICO hire Lunn will be responsible for overseeing analytics development teams worldwide, leading custom solutions and exploratory analytics projects for banks, retailers, telecoms and insurance firms, among other sectors.

Lunn, in addition to continuing to oversee delivery teams within EMEA, will now also be in charge of company developments in NAM, LATAM and APAC, in addition to FICO’s Global Analytic Delivery Centre in Bangalore, India.

She comes into the role having previously served as head of EMEA analytics, leading the team responsible for delivering analytics projects to customers throughout the region.

Before joining FICO in 2019, the new global analytics delivery leader was a partner at independent credit risk consultancy Radar Risk Limited, and has also held analytics leadership roles at Experian and Scorex.

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“FICO has been a global leader in analytics for more than 60 years, ever since it brought the first credit scoring systems to market,” said Lunn.

“The explosion in data and the increasing use of AI and machine learning have brought the power of FICO analytics to more businesses worldwide, in every industry.

“I’m proud to be on the front lines of this effort, and to lead a global team of data scientists addressing the specific challenges of businesses worldwide.”

Will Lansing, CEO of FICO, commented: “Superior analytics are at the core of FICO’s DNA. “As demand for our AI, machine learning, optimisation and other analytics has increased, we have created a central organisation for analytics services that will accelerate our innovation and deliver the best solutions faster to our customers worldwide.

“Louise has transformed our analytics team in Europe, and she brings a wealth of leadership experience to this new role.”

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Aaron Hurst

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