Executive Directors

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Nicola Horlick is CEO of Money&Co. She has been a leading fund manager in the City of London for over thirty years. During that time, she has set up and managed several investment businesses. She now chairs a private equity business, is CEO of a film-development company, and is a director of an NHS Foundation Trust.

Non-Executive Directors

RobWightHShot2a

Robin Wight, CVO, is non-executive chairman of Money&Co. He founded ad agencies WCRS in 1979 and Engine in 2005. He is a regular contributor to TV and radio, founded the Ideas Foundation to nurture the creativity of young people from ethnic minorities, and has published "The Peacocks Tail and the Reputation Reflex: The Neuroscience of Arts Sponsorship".

DavidTaylorHShot3a

David Taylor is a leading figure in urban regeneration and development, and a serial entrepreneur and investor. He has held senior positions in commerce, industry and government, and was involved in the development and regeneration of the London 2012 Olympics. David is chairman of the University of Central Lancashire, and deputy chairman of Preston North End Football Club. He also has many voluntary commitments.

Executive Directors

nicolasmall

Nicola Horlick is CEO of Money&Co. She has been a leading fund manager in the City of London for over thirty years. During that time, she has set up and managed several investment businesses. She now chairs a private equity business, is CEO of a film-development company, and is a director of an NHS Foundation Trust.

Non-Executive Directors

RobWightHShot2a

Robin Wight, CVO, is non-executive chairman of Money&Co. He founded ad agencies WCRS in 1979 and Engine in 2005. He is a regular contributor to TV and radio, founded the Ideas Foundation to nurture the creativity of young people from ethnic minorities, and has published "The Peacocks Tail and the Reputation Reflex: The Neuroscience of Arts Sponsorship".

DavidTaylorHShot3a

David Taylor is a leading figure in urban regeneration and development, and a serial entrepreneur and investor. He has held senior positions in commerce, industry and government, and was involved in the development and regeneration of the London 2012 Olympics. David is chairman of the University of Central Lancashire, and deputy chairman of Preston North End Football Club. He also has many voluntary commitments.