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Delio, a fintech company that helps financial institutions to connect their clients with private investment opportunities quickly, transparently and compliantly has adds Mark Redwood and Sally Jones-Evans to its Board.The two new senior appointments share a wealth of experience within the finance industry and will be advising the company as Chairman and Non-Executive Director, respectively. 

 
Since its inception in 2015, Delio has been transforming the private markets industry with technology that supports wealth managers, private banks, family offices and angel networks across the world to create, scale and streamline their end-to-end private investment propositions.
 
Delio’s new Chairman, Mark Redwood, has spent the majority of his career in financial services and, as an angel investor, is no stranger to business innovation. Regarded as a pioneer in capital markets software, he has held senior management positions for several companies at different stages – including Thomson Reuters where he headed the multinational conglomerate’s largest operating unit. Delio will be the third company in which Redwood will serve as Chair, as he is currently on the executive Boards at tech provider, Spektrix and Stockholm-based, Karnov Group.
 
Redwood says: “When I first met with Delio, I quickly resonated with the team and their mission to digitise the financial landscape. At the time, I was looking for an early-stage company in its initial growth phase, and Delio quickly reminded me of some of the successful projects I previously invested in.
 
“Since their formation just five years ago, Delio has achieved notable client wins, including Barclays, Coutts and National Australia Bank. These are significant nods of approval within the industry and show that Delio’s offering is appealing to a broad range of institutions within the finance sector.”
 
Also joining the Delio Board is Sally Jones-Evans. The former Lloyds Banking Group Executive now serves as a Non-Executive Director for several high profile businesses in Wales, including Principality Building Society and water company Hafren Dyfrdwy. She is also a Non-Executive Director for the Department for International Development, and previously acted as a member of the Welsh Government’s Financial and Professional Services sector advisory panel.
 
Jones-Evans says: “It’s companies that are right on our doorstep that get me excited about Wales’ growing influence on the global financial scene. After working in the financial sector for more than 30 years, I believe that Delio’s progressive attitude towards digitisation within the finance sector has enormous potential.
 
Technology is undoubtedly disrupting financial services for the better, which is why I look forward to joining Delio’s Board and further enhancing Wales’ reputation within the fintech industry.” 
 
The appointments are another critical milestone for Delio and will play a significant role in the company’s growth plans for 2020, as it continues to scale.
 
Gareth Lewis, Chief Executive at Delio, says: “In Sally, we have someone joining the Board who understands our Welsh heritage while embracing our international ambitions. Simultaneously, Mark’s experience of the market both professionally and as an investor will help us to shape our technology so that we can continue to tackle the ever-changing challenges that many of our end-users face. So to have both of them join us will be invaluable, as their diverse backgrounds will support us as we tap into new markets.” 

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