Meet the Team

Andy Agathangelou,
Founder,
United Kingdom 

Andy formed the Transparency Task Force after a meeting he led at Senate House, University of London on 6th May 2015.

The meeting was about the need for the financial services industry to behave in a more trustworthy way and how harnessing the transformational power of transparency can drive the change that is needed.

Andy is also a Governor of the UK’s Pensions Policy Institute and he is the former Founder of Friends of Automatic Enrolment and Chair of the Friends of the Association of Member Nominated Trustees; an organisation he helped to create. 

LinkedIn Profile: https://www.linkedin.com/in/andy-agathangelou-02953113/

CV and bio available on request. 

Telephone: +44 (0)7501 460308

Email: andy.agathangelou@transparencytaskforce.org

Tina Kenyon,
Head of Operations,
United Kingdom

I am very proud to be a part of the Transparency Task Force because I wholeheartedly believe in what we are doing. Consumers of financial services products and services are often confused by all the jargon and they rarely get the information they need to make well-informed decisions. I know that more transparency can help.

I work part-time and my role is to put in place processes and procedures so that we can continue to grow and expand our activities. I particularly enjoy using technology to replace labour-intensive administrative tasks and I can honestly say no two days are the same.

I oversee our events management, take care of the production of the Transparency Times, provide support to the running of our many Special Interest Groups, update the website, am responsible for our social media activity, I run the office and manage all our software and IT. 

A crucial part of my role now includes reaching out to individuals and organisations whose objectives align with the overall aims of the Transparency Task Force and therefore might wish to provide us with much-needed financial support.

Telephone: +44 (0)7494991773

Email: tina.kenyon@transparencytaskforce.org

Briony Crook,
Head of Outreach,
United Kingdom
We are a small team here there is a very strong belief in what we are doing and why we are doing it. People right around the world deserve to be dealt with by financial companies that operate in a transparent and trustworthy way, making sure their clients and customers are always treated fairly.

I’ve got an important part-time job managing our extensive outreach activities. I schedule Andy’s many meetings and telephone appointments, I oversee the continuous expansion of our ever-growing contacts database and I am always being asked to take on more and more responsibility for helping Tina once a process has become a “business as usual” activity. There’s a lot of variety in my work and we’re always looking to do things more efficiently and effectively. 

Email: briony.crook@transparencytaskforce.org

Annemarie Borg,
Volunteer: Event Photographer,
United Kingdom

I am delighted to be part of the Transparency Task Force team on a voluntary basis, as an event photographer, helping to create records of the TTF symposia so that people who were unable to attend can get the feel for what was said and who was present.

I am a performance coach, visual artist and photographer, composer, musician, singer, writer, active environmentalist and ocean preservation speaker.

I am also Founder and Director of the Antara Project which focuses on creativity, ecology, communication and education.

https://www.antara-project.com

I am an Ambassador of the Transparency Task Force and my interest in the Transparency Task Force stems from my belief that the finance sector as the backbone of our economy and our society has a great responsibility in incorporating into its activity the essential idea of caring for the life and protection of our planet. This means also emphasising information, transparent communication and education.

Telephone: +44 (0)7802717213

Email: antara05@gmail.com

Rohanna Wise,
Volunteer: Head of Government Liaison for Massachusetts,
United States of America 

Rohanna is the founder and CEO of Wise Trading Technologies, and the creator of WiseRisk, a software platform that automates the implementation of currency hedging strategies.

She is also the author of Hedging Wisely: A Non-expert’s Guide to Expertly Hedging Currency Risk.

Email: rohanna.wise@transparencytaskforce.org

Helen Scott,
Volunteer: Regulatory Liaison, FX Group,
United Kingdom

Helen is CEO at Eris FX, an international payments firm based in Leeds promoting transparency, technical innovation, competition and good governance.

Email: helen.scott@transparencytaskforce.org

Sue Flood,
Volunteer: Head of Fundraising Strategy,
United Kingdom

Sue Flood has worked in the Television Industry since 2001, starting out at Television Centre and progressing through a successful TV programme-making career that included various roles such as Researcher for Top of the Pops, Celebrity Guest Liaison, Location Sourcing, Production Budget, Sales and Promotions (including through BBC Worldwide with responsibility for selling all BBC Programmes to all 130 Global TV Stations Worldwide).

More recently, Sue flood has become a key figure in helping to prevent people falling victim to pension fraudsters, having become a victim herself. Sue lost here entire pension fund; along with over 500 other victims of the Ark Pension Scandal. Her response was to set up a campaign group which she has tirelessly supported ever since. She is now also involved in supporting numerous other pension scam victims and pension scam support groups.

She has unique insight and experience in the pensions scam prevention and support space and her relentless campaigning has led to interaction with the House of Commons, the House of Lords and the Financial Conduct Authority – watch this space.

Sue is also highly supportive of the Transparency Task Force; for which she is a central figure in our Anti-Scams Special Interest Group, an Ambassador and a member of the Transparency Task Force Advisory Board. 

Terry Webster,
Volunteer: Lead Writer,
United Kingdom
Terry is a qualified Actuary with expertise in UK based defined benefit Pension Schemes, having held a Scheme Actuary certificate for over 15 years, winning the Actuarial Post’s “Pension Actuary of the Year” award in 2015.
Since becoming self-employed in 2016, Terry has graduated with an MBA qualification from Exeter University’s  “One Planet” MBA programme. It was this particular course’s focus on sustainability, long-term thinking, collaboration and ethics, alongside more traditional MBA studies, that particularly appealed to Terry, reflecting his own core values. He is currently working as Director of his own consultancy business, Lindis Consulting, through which he seeks to serve his clients, using his experience, expertise and network to fill resource and skills gaps that may exist within client organisations.  Work areas include Management Consultancy, Pension Consultancy, Strategic Planning and Independent Trusteeships. Terry is passionate about transparency, good communication and effective education, especially where finance is concerned.  Terry believes that financial and consulting services should be clear, accessible and designed for the benefit of all stakeholders.  Terry takes this outlook into all his interactions, aiming to provide clarity and to collaborate openly with those who share his vision of a much more effective, transparent, sustainable and client-centred future.

Chet Gladkowski,

Volunteer: Video Editor & Doodley Guru,
United States of America

Chet has been recognized as a leading insurance/IT executive, providing both strategic and practical insights across all P&C lines of business.

He has worked in the P&C insurance information industry 40+ years for carriers, broker/MGA/agency, vendors and industry associations on policy, billing, claims, reinsurance and reporting/BI solutions. Chet’s roles have included CIO for Interstate Insurance, Senior Director – Research & Development for ACORD, Vice President of software sales and co-founder of a global insurance proof-of-insurance solution.

His experience spans the globe both in insurance and technology.

John Dashfield

Volunteer: Coach to Andy Agathangelou, Founder of the TTF

United Kingdom

John is a highly experienced business coach and mentor to financial planners, owners of SME’s and key employees. He is author of the book ‘The client-centred financial adviser’, published in 2015. 

Prior to his coaching business John owned a thriving financial advisory practice which he founded in 1991 and sold in 2005.

At the core of his work is coaching clients so that they show up powerfully, with deep integrity and as the best version of themselves. This enables them to create transformational impact in their own lives and the lives of others.    

A significant amount of John’s time is spent working with financial advisers and he is privileged to work with some of the UK’s leading financial planning practitioners.

He is passionate about the Financial Services sector being a force for good, transparent and trusted by the consumer. 

Telephone +44 (0)7860 682530

Email john@dashfield.com