We apply Artificial Intelligence (AI) to automate and speed up operations based on unstructured data (freeform e-mails, voice calls, chat, images, faxes...) and processes requiring human intervention. Applications range from front office staff or service/contact centres receiving contacts from clients or brokers/advisors, customer onboarding, to manually intensive back office functions.
Our “Platform as a Service” (PaaS) cloud offering can be rapidly deployed to free up staff, cut costs, improve control, and improve customer service.
Founder & Director
Formerly MD at Capco and Partner at Accenture.
25 years in Financial Technology, working with GS, DB, Barclays, UBS, HSBC, Schroders, BoI, L&G to transform operations and technology.
MA in Engineering from Cambridge, 1993
Formerly COO of Starling Bank, Calastone, Matrix Partners and HSBC GBM. Previous management roles at Merrill Lynch, BNPP.
30 years in Financial Operations and technology.
BA in Modern Languages from University of Southampton, 1989
Director & Chairman
Partner Capco, global lead for the Capital Markets practice.
Formerly MD at Accenture and head Capital Markets.
MA in Chemistry from Oxford, 1988.
Director & CEO
30 years in building and managing global FinTech businesses.
Driving growth at tech led start-ups providing trading, risk and collaboration solutions.
Formerly, IBM, NatWest, Algorithmics & IHS Markit. Founder of QuIC Financial Technologies Inc.
Over 30 years’ success helping companies throughout the financial services ecosystem worldwide achieve cost savings and regulatory compliance through operational excellence
Working for companies ranging from best of breed start ups to global giants such as IBM, IHS Markit
BA Hons. in Russian Studies from Reading University, 1980
Formerly with Goldman Sachs, JP Morgan, Credit Suisse, Barclays Wealth & Accenture.
30 years of financial services technology leadership experience across including Equities, Fixed Income, Derivatives and Prime Brokerage.
BSc in Electronic Materials Science from Imperial College, 1987