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The Board

Tony Bromovsky, Chair of Tungsten Corporation plc

In a career spanning over 40 years, Tony has acted as an executive and non-executive director for a variety of companies across sectors including investment, healthcare, media and technology. He was previously a non-executive director of Vertical Intelligence Limited, Local World Holdings Limited, Chronos Therapeutics Limited, Oxford Biodynamics Limited and Circle Holdings (OS) Limited. He is also an executive director of Kilda Investments Limited, which he established in 1991 as a vehicle to invest in a number of ventures across Eastern Europe covering industries such as food production, micro-finance lending, pharmaceuticals, wineries and steelmaking. Tony spent the early part of his career as a commodities trader at Louis Dreyfus followed by Woodhouse Drake and Carey and Drexel Burnham Lambert.

Andrew Doman, Non-Executive Director

Andrew Doman is an experienced non-executive director. He is Chairman of Castle Trust and a non-executive director at Target Group. He was previously a non-executive director at OneSavings Bank (2016-8), Chief Executive Officer of Premium Credit (2012-5), and he was Chairman of Russell Investments (2011-2) having been President and CEO from 2009. He was also a non-executive director of Wesleyan Assurance Society (2008-9).

Andrew spent 22 years at McKinsey & Co, where his clients included a number of leading UK and European financial services companies. He focused on performance improvement and turnaround strategy. He has degrees in Medicine & Surgery, and Economics, and also holds an MBA.

Duncan Goldie-Morrison, Non-Executive Director

Duncan has spent his entire career in financial services. His current business interests include family investment vehicle Bradden Capital Management LLC, which he established in 2003 and where he is now Managing Partner. He is also director and part owner of supply chain finance company Orbian Corporation and prepaid cards business Transact Payments Limited. He also serves on the management board of P.R.I.M.E. Finance, a Dutch-based charity that provides resolution services for disputes concerning complex financial transactions. Duncan's executive career included senior positions with Credit Agricole Group, Ritchie Capital and Bank of America. Duncan spent the early part of his career with NatWest Markets, Westpac Banking Corp and Kleinwort Benson. Duncan has also previously served as a non-executive director on the boards of ICAP plc and Primus Guaranty Limited.

Richard Hurwitz, Chief Executive Officer

Richard Hurwitz’s proven track-record of building and successfully exiting high growth companies spans 30 years and displays his strong acumen in general management and capital raising with financial services and technology companies in Europe and abroad.

As Chief Executive of Pictometry International from 2010-2013, Rick led the strategic transformation of this category-defining company in the changing geospatial industry. Earlier, Richard was as a Partner at Aegis Investment Partners, private investment firm which focuses on buying and turning distressed assets, a Managing Partner with Bancorp Services, where he led the firm’s subsidiary broker-dealer, and Chief Executive of Bridge Information Systems’ European operations where he also ran all non-US institutional equity and derivatives trading.

Richard has demonstrated his commitment to boardroom excellence by completing the National Association of Corporate Director’s comprehensive program of study for corporate directors to become a Board Leadership Fellow. Because of his broad investing and operating experience, Rick serves as a Director on the boards of Manning & Napier, Inc (NYSE: MN) and Symbility Solutions (TSX.V: SY).

David Williams, Chief Financial Officer

David has 16 years of financial experience working in professional practice and consultancy with public and private companies. After training as a Chartered Accountant with Arthur Andersen, David spent five years in the Corporate Finance division of Ernst & Young, followed by five years at FTI Consulting, advising both the public and private sector. He subsequently left to assume a variety of senior management roles. David has strong financial control and reporting disciplines and is a Fellow of the ICAEW.