Management Team

Chris Lundquist
Chief Executive Officer, LCI

Chris Lundquist is chief executive officer of LCI, a Verisk Analytics business providing risk insight, prediction, and management solutions for banks and creditors.

Mr. Lundquist founded LCI in 1989. During his tenure, he has built the company into the leading innovator of credit risk analysis and bankruptcy management solutions for more than 1.4 Billion accounts. In 1993, he led the effort to create the first comprehensive national bankruptcy database, delivering the first 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, Mr. Lundquist founded the National Bankruptcy Research Center (NBKRC) to deliver highly accurate bankruptcy analytics daily.

A widely recognized expert in the credit risk industry, Mr. 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.

Mr. Lundquist holds a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering, with a primary focus on quality control and automation, and a master’s degree in business administration, with a focus on management information systems, database systems, and artificial intelligence, from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.

Manuel Quiogue
Chief Operating Officer

Manuel is Chief Operating Officer for LCI. In this capacity, Manuel manages the Operations, Information Technology, and LCI’s entire product portfolio and roadmap, from identification and evaluation of new products through product development, quality assurance, implementation, and client management.

Manuel also oversees data security at LCI, and ensures the security and integrity of internal and client data, owns information management policies and procedures for LCI, and is responsible for LCI's continued compliance with Payment Card Industry (PCI) data security standards.

He has been working in the technology and credit risk industry since 1995. His experience includes:

  • micro- and macro-level research and analysis in the areas of consumer account analytics, credit behavior, bankruptcy, and credit counseling
  • development and implementation of patent-pending electronic document filing and financial modeling applications
  • global implementations of ERP systems, including multi-million dollar, global implementations of Oracle Financials and Oracle HRMS

Manuel holds a bachelor’s degree from the University of California at Berkeley, where he majored in Economics, including studying Organizational Behavior under Nobel Laureate Oliver Williamson.

Nolan Le
Vice-President of Information Technology

Nolan is LCI's Vice President for Information Technology, overseeing LCI's systems design, product design and development. Nolan has worked with LCI since 2000, starting first as a programmer and systems engineer and growing into his present capacity. In his current role, Nolan oversees new systems and product development, overseeing all phases of a project including requirements, technical specifications, design, development, testing, and implementation. As our Vice President of information technology, Nolan oversees a team of developers within the LCI organization.

Board of Advisors

Don Hill
President of DMH & Associates

DMH & Associates provides consulting and marketing services to clients in the financial services industry.

Prior to forming DMH & Associates, Don was Executive Vice President of National Bankruptcy Services (“NBS”), a leading nationwide provider of bankruptcy management services to lenders of residential mortgages and automobile loans. Don has been involved in the bankruptcy recovery industry since 1992, when he became President of Creditors Bankruptcy Service. Previously, he was with Computer Sciences Corporation and its Credit Services Company where he was Executive Vice President, responsible for their $100 million credit reporting sales and operations organization. Don began his business career with IBM.

His long-held interest in the credit industry extends beyond his occupation. He served as President of the Credit Industry Research Council and is a member of the American Bankruptcy Institute and the National Association of Chapter 13 Trustees. He is also former Vice Chairman of the Consumer Data Information Association, where he was instrumental in creating the first Credit Reporting Resources Guide.

Don earned a Master's degree in Statistics from Florida State University after graduating from Louisiana College with a Bachelor's degree in Mathematics.