Seasoned risk leader Ray Duggins joins Scienaptic board
Jan 16, 2017
Scienaptic, a platform-based new age analytics company announced that well known risk management stalwart, Ray Duggins joined its advisory board. Ray, a seasoned risk and consumer banking leader, focusses on advising high-potential early stage start-ups. In a career spanning over 30 years, Ray has held global risk leadership roles at multinational banks and finance companies, including being the Chief Risk Officer for Standard Chartered Bank and GE Capital.
"I am delighted to serve on the board of a unique analytics firm. I am passionate about working with high energy start-ups. Even today, risk and regulations require massive organizational resources and I felt very excited when I learnt about Scienaptic's vision to change that. I look forward to working together with the Scienaptic leadership team to deliver on their compelling vision," Ray said.
"It is a privilege to have the benefit of Ray's experience and wisdom the second time in my career. As we create wider and deeper gamut of risk solutions on our platform, his experience will be invaluable. Having been CRO for decades, he has experienced risk and regulations across many macro cycles, and we hope we pass some of his rich experience to our clients," said Pankaj Kulshreshtha, CEO of Scienaptic.
In the last few months, some of the industry's renowned names have joined hands with Scienaptic. These include strategic funding from Genpact founder and ex-NASSCOM chief - Pramod Bhasin, Aditya Khandekar joining as Chief Analytics Officer and Pankaj Jain joining as President.
Scienaptic is a platform-based new age big data and analytics company based out of New York. Its vision is to eliminate the friction across functions and embed intelligence in digital transformations. Its platform, Ether has unique capabilities to infuse intelligence in the way organizations decipher customer behavior patterns, design intelligent interventions and create real value in delivering a superior customer experience.