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Sophie Dionnet

Sophie Dionnet

VP Strategy at Dataiku
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Bio At Dataiku I am focused on delivering against the development of analytics and data science throughout financial organizations. My expertise includes AI scaling strategies, AI governance, strategic project management, support for the development of strategic partnerships and development of AI-embedded business solutions. Career History Previously, I spent 14 years at AXA, where I held roles such as Deputy Chief Operating Officer, Multi-Asset Client Solutions, and Business, Finance and Strategy Manager to the COO. As an experienced business developer, my career has been specialised in financial services (asset management, insurance, banking) and transformation. I have a proven track record in strategy definition and implementation, client development, project delivery and people management.


Artificial Intelligence and Financial Services

Overcoming the biggest challenges that financial institutions face when it comes to using analytics

17 May 2023

Financial institutions are data-driven by nature. All their core processes — including customer suitability assessments, credit allocation decisions, and liquidity buffers management — are dependent on data accessibility and AI models to make the best risk-adjusted business decisions. This data intimacy should give financial services institutions...

Artificial Intelligence and Financial Services

Boosting the Impact of AI in Banks With Inclusive AI

01 Jun 2021

Making impactful change with the power of data and AI is an opportunity rooted in reality. It requires the practical application of common sense, combined with some strong engineering and data science talent and supported by the right dedicated technology platform. It also requires data. Not just any data: relevant data, quality data, and accessib...

Artificial Intelligence and Financial Services

Alternative data, AI, and ML: The road to socially responsible recovery

24 Nov 2020

With a total shutdown of certain sectors of activity, it was not surprising that in June, leading economic forecaster EY Item Club predicted that GDP would shrink by 8% this year. Though the drop was not as dramatic as expected, the Office for National Statistics reported that GDP in June was still a sixth below its level in February, before the v...