SCB Abacus is the first advanced data analytics spin-off in the Thai financial industry. Our vision is to democratize data-driven opportunities for all.
WHAT WE DO
Our Mission: To apply AI and Big Data technologies to drive purposeful partnerships, create business value, and empower people.
Sharpen ability to lend with a new approach of underwriting to facilitate financial inclusion for thin-file borrowers.
AI-powered personal wealth management platforms that determine optimal saving and investment decisions.
Advanced recommendation engines that provide personalized suggestions on product/service offerings based on user activity and preferences.
Former Director and now Senior Advisor to the Director of the National Science and Technology Development Agency (NSTDA)
Chairman of the Bangkok Commercial Asset Management Public Company Limited (BAM)
Former Chief Customer Officer and now Consultant of Advanced Info Service PCL, the largest mobile operator in Thailand
Prof. Benjamin Van Roy,Ph.D.
Professor of Electrical Engineering, Management Science and Engineering, and, by courtesy, Computer Science, Stanford University
Sutapa Amornvivat, Ph.D.
Sutapa Amornvivat, Ph.D. is CEO of SCB Abacus, an advanced data analytics company under Siam Commercial Bank, where she previously headed the Economic Intelligence Center (EIC) and the Credit Risk Analytics Division.
Sutapa holds an AB from Harvard University and a PhD from Massachusetts Institute of Technology (M.I.T.) She was a recipient of the King’s Scholarship, and a representative of Thailand in the 23rd International Chemistry Olympiad. In 2007, Sutapa was honored by the Asia Society as Asia21 Young Leader Fellow.
Sutapa gives lectures at various universities in Asia on economic analysis, risk modeling, and data analytics in banking. She writes a monthly column for Bangkok Post, In Ponderland.
We’re a team of passionate individuals who get together to build things that turn complex data into actionable insights. Our crew came from diverse experience ranging from Facebook to Wall Street hedge fund to academia.