Moneybox appoints two senior executives
By Gloria Methri
Digital wealth manager Moneybox has announced two senior appointments to further strengthen its business and governance. Jane Cahill joins as Director of Data, Insights & CRM, while Jeremy Marsden has been appointed as an independent Non-Executive Director and Chair of the Board Risk Committee.
Cahill joins from DAZN, a Global OTT Sports Platform where she held the position of Senior Vice President of Data Strategy and Enablement. Prior to that, she was Director of BI and Data Science at Paddy Power Betfair (now Flutter UK&I).
Speaking of her appointment, Cahill said, “As part of an ambitious and customer-first team, I look forward to helping realise the full opportunity of data and insights to power what is a world-class wealth-building platform. Through best practice applications of data science, insights, reporting, analytics, and CRM, we can better guide customers to achieve their goals, empowering the talented Moneybox team to connect with customers in the right way providing enhanced value at every stage of the journey.”
Marsden is a Non-Executive Director and Board Committee Chair with expertise and executive experience in managing risk, regulatory compliance, governance transformation, and cultural change. Most recently, he was Chief Risk and Compliance Officer at BGL Group, prior to which he worked at FCA in their Supervision Division. Marsden is also a Non-Executive Director at Chill Insurance, the Ireland-based personal lines insurance intermediary.
Charlie Mortimer, Moneybox co-founder said, “It is fantastic to have someone with such depth of experience in this specialism on board. Jane’s expertise across the full range of data, insight, and CRM will be invaluable as we intelligently build increased personalisation for our customers across multiple financial and life goals. Jeremy’s extensive business experience, combined with strong risk and regulatory expertise, will be invaluable to the business as we continue to build the UK’s category-defining wealth management platform.”
Moneybox helps people build wealth by offering a range of products and services across home-buying, investing, retirement, and savings, all in an easy-to-use app and customer support. The platform supports more than 900,000 customers and has over £3 billion in assets under administration.
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