A widely recognized expert in the Credit Risk industry, Chris Lundquist has published extensive research, analytics, and best practices focused on understanding at-risk consumer behavior. For more than 20 years, he has worked with industry executives and government entities to formulate new strategies, technologies, and legislative policies for credit risk management, bankruptcy process improvement and financial counseling.Chris founded LCI in 1989, building it into the leading innovator of credit risk analysis and bankruptcy management solutions for more than 700 million accounts. In 1993, Chris led the effort to create the first comprehensive national bankruptcy database, being the first to deliver electronic bankruptcy notices to the financial industry. He also developed the first automated proof of claim filing system, the first comprehensive back-office bankruptcy notification solution, and the first Chapter 13 portfolio valuation model (patents pending). In 2001, Chris founded the National Bankruptcy Research Center (NBKRC) to deliver highly accurate bankruptcy analytics on a daily basis.Chris holds a bachelors degree in Mechanical Engineering with a primary focus on quality control and automation, and a Masters of Business Administration degree with a focus on management information systems, database systems and artificial intelligence, from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.
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