Mik's background is 100% adviser . He left school to join an adviser firm specialising in investments and pensions . From there he joined LSD Software which became part of Fame Computers in the early 90's . From Fame to Focus and then to 1st, which Mik co-founded in 1994 with Rory Curran. After selling 1st to Vertex in 2006 Mik has been involved in a number of businesses. Mik first invested in moneyinfo (formerly Sammedia) in 2010 and took over as CEO in 2014.
With 20 years experience in the Financial Services industry including 9 years at 1st Software (now Iress), and 2 years at FinQS, Tessa has worked closely with a wide range of clients from Employee Benefits Consultancies, National IFAs and Networks to Mortgage Brokerages and smaller Financial Advisory and Financial Planning companies. She has directed a number of large scale programmes, delivering bespoke solutions for Wealth Management and Workplace clients, including two of the UK’s largest employee benefits consultancies.
Tessa has extensive programme and project management experience and holds a number of the CII Financial Planning qualifications from FPC to Business Financial Planning.
Business Development Director
Sim is Business Development Director for moneyinfo and has assisted the company in more than doubling its turnover in recent years. Sim has 13 years experience in the Financial Services industry including 7 years at 1st Software (now Iress) and 2 years at FinQS before joining the board of moneyinfo in 2010. He has experience of working with a large range of clients from small to national adviser firms to wealth management businesses and workplace specialists.
Sim has a BA in Economics and a number of financial qualifications including the Investment Management Certificate (IMC).
Enterprise Sales Director
Ian’s career started in the 80s with Scottish Amicable before progressing to National Account Manager with Prudential, National IFA Sales Manager with Canada Life and IFA Sales Director with L&G. Between 2000-2012 Ian helped found consultancy company CTW, specialising in organisational performance, personal development and behavioural psychology. He joined AXA Wealth as Head of Distribution in April 2012 responsible for the launch of AXA’s B2B2C Investment Platform.
Ian has in the last 4 years worked with eValue as well as Moneyhub working with a number or large enterprise clients, such as Aegon, Standard Life, Aviva et al supporting new business launches in pensions freedom, D2C, robo-advice and improving consumer digital journeys. Ian’s won several national awards for top performing UK sales manager.
Chris is responsible for the architectural design and development of our software products as well as ensuring that all our solutions conform to the highest technical standards using the latest technologies. With over 20 years software development experience, Chris has extensive technical expertise in financial services software having previously worked as Technical Architect for 1st Software (now Iress), as well as being Development Manager for Wealth Management Software (WMS) heading up a team of 35 developers.
He holds the MCPD-EA (Microsoft Certified Professional Developer for Enterprise Applications) Qualification.
Tom has extensive experience of the sector, previously serving on the boards of national financial services and employee benefit distributors, and operating as a European Partner with Mercers throughout the 1990's. In 2000, he jointly formed The Silent Partner business consultancy and in the last 5 years has operated almost exclusively as a private investor, advisor to the board, NED and NED Chair to a variety of organisations ranging across financial services distributors, a UK trust corporation, marketing and written communcations agencies.
Phil has been involved with financial software development for 25 years when he launched Finale a back office administration system widely used by IFAs and IFA Networks in the early 90s. Finale became part of Data Sciences and then went on to merge with AssureSoft, who developed the AssureWeb platform, and was acquired by Ken Davy’s DBS Management plc in 1997. Phil then launched Screen Pages in the early days of dot-com and developed many award winning IFA websites as well as e-commerce sites for many well-known retailers. Today he is CEO of employee benefits software company Staffcare which he founded in 2004. He is also an Adviser to two other Fintech companies and an active investor in several early stage disruptive technology businesses .