Accountagility, the City of London based financial solutions firm, today announces the creation of its advisory board, comprising of three non-executive board members: Ian Smith, Paul Newton and Dr. Jonathan Pell.
Ian Smith joins the advisory board from his role as Chairman of financial services firm Vaultex UK. He brings with him deep sector knowledge of the practical application of technology to business, and has an unparalleled record in the technology sector, with previous roles including managing director of UK Customer Services at BT and managing director for Oracle Corp, UK & Ireland.
Paul Newton joins from a previous non-executive board role at Centralis. He has an extensive track record in senior finance and executive leadership positions over the last thirty years, with roles as Vice President of Finance and Vice President of IBM’s Maintenance and Technical Services divisions.
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Dr. Jonathan Pell sits on several boards in the technology sector, and brings with him a great knowledge of funding and investment through his role as the Co-Founder of Thorium Technology Investors, an angel investment group. His key strengths lie in business acumen, offering fiscal strong management, global business development and sales management to both strategy-based turnarounds and start-ups.
Robert Gothan, CEO and Founder of Accountagility, comments:
“Accountagility has undergone a period of high growth and restructure over the course of 2016, and our new advisory board demonstrates our commitment to the future plans for the business. Ian, Paul and Jonathan are an integral part of our vision and ambition and are already adding tremendous value to the firm. I am confident that by utilising their combined skill sets, Accountagility will continue its move from a growth phase into a long term success in 2017 and beyond.”