Meet the Team

Andy Agathangelou
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. CV and bio available on request.
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Tina Kenyon
Head of Special Projects
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.
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Alexandra Zitkus
Head of Events
Oversee the planning and co-ordination of our symposia. If you would like to discuss any of our upcoming symposia or becoming a speaker, please get in touch!
Chelsea Houghton
Head of Outreach
I oversee all social media campaigns and help to expand our ever growing following.  My role also involves dealing with our “fellowship” initiative and the day to day operational accounts.  I am also on hand to assist Alexandra with any help she may need managing events. A crucial part of my role now includes reaching out to individuals and organisations whose objectives align with the overall aims of the TTF. Please get in touch if you wish to discuss how you can become involved with the TTF.
Briony Crook
Head of Research
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.
Stephanie Coulibaly
Volunteer: Research and Investigations Associate
I am a recent graduate in Criminology and Criminal Justice to which I achieved a 2:1 from the University of Portsmouth. The degree involved a great deal of study exploring the aspects, challenges, and key issues relative to criminal justice, such as the sentencing of offenders, the reputation and responsibilities of police forces, understanding the bodies involved in law enforcement, government, the court system, and international agencies. I also studied Intelligence and Global Terrorism in my final year which I found to be very stimulating and acquired a 1:1 in both modules. I feel my experience, skills and passion to build a career supporting the policing and crime industry match the criteria required to volunteer for the Transparency Task Force by supporting its aims in reforming regulation around pension scams and for me personally, it feels like the perfect job as a new Criminology graduate.
Alex Varley-Winter
Volunteer: Head of Media Relations and Investigative Reporting
I’m an investigative journalist with 10 years working in the media and - sometimes - in education; I write widely for locals, nationals and online publishers, and have stories in the Sunday Times, Times, Byline Times, Mirror, Computer Weekly and DeSmog. Subjects I’ve researched span governmental transparency, social justice, environmental sustainability, crime, climate risk, the impact of disinformation and organised crime. I adhere to the NUJ Code in all my work, including protecting the identity of confidential sources: In recent years observing complex cases in the High Court, I noted the kafkaesque impact of abuse of process by acknowledged ‘bad actors’ (lawyers who were later struck off, con-artists, and the like), against a backdrop of heavy justice sector cuts. The hardship this imposed on their - relatively powerless - victims was a stark reality that was drawn to my passing attention and kept repeating itself. I could not help but observe the extremely heavy toll on victims of white collar crime within that system. That interest drew me to Transparency Task Force’s engaging symposia, impressed by their anti-scam work. When Andy Agathangelou then asked me if I would like to do some investigations with TTF I said yes. I serve here as Head of Media Outreach and Investigative Journalism - voluntarily. It is a delight to collaborate with a group of public-spirited people advocating for consumers’ interests. If you have a tip or untold ‘story’ that TTF should research, on transparency, hidden truths, financial stability and improving financial services for consumers, please do feel free to reach out to me.
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Andy Aitkenhead
Volunteer: Head of Change Management Oversight
Andy has worked in financial services for 40 years, initially trading credit, over the last 20 years he has been innovative in the use of collaborative techniques to build high performing teams in the context of rapid change.  By building capability and capacity in the teams he has worked with, he has enabled enduring change.
Sarah Hutchinson
Volunteer: Head of Strategic Planning
I am a Chartered Accountant and operations professional with a proven experience of project managing change projects. Experience in all field of the investment process from stock broking, asset management and pensions administration.
Scott Housley
Volunteer: Head of the retired professionals project
Scott is kindly leading a very important TTF initiative, the retired professionals project is all about providing an active forum for individuals that have retired from the financial services sector, wherever they might be in the world, who want to "put something back" into the financial services sector. This project will appeal to retired individuals who have one or more hours available per month, who would like to be part of a collaborate team that is dedicated to helping the financial services sector to become more ethical. If this appeals to you or somebody you know, please get in touch. SCOTT'S BIO: Having spent many years in the financial services sector, Scott is passionate about ensuring consumers (personal and corporate) get a fair deal from their financial service providers, and are not penalised by fraudulent activity. He is also keen to ensure that issues of financial exclusion for whatever reason are addressed. Scott started life in the late 1960’s as a government statistician working in HM Treasury for 10 years, including 2½ years at the OECD in Paris. From there he moved into financial services, working in Williams & Glyns, RBS Group, Girobank (when part of Royal Mail) and Bradford & Bingley when it was still a building society. After Bradford & Bingley, Scott joined the LINK Interchange Network in 1999. He won a contract with the Post Office to enable individuals on state benefits to use their benefits card account to access cash at post office counters. This primed Scott’s fascination in financial exclusion and the treatment of customers by financial institutions generally. His work in LINK on access to cash and the wider aspects of financial services brought him in to contact with a fintech start-up company, Monitise. In the early years of this century, Monitise was one of the very first companies to commence developing mobile banking services. Early business development included working in Uganda, to bring mobile banking to the country. This was around the same time that M-PESA was starting to take off in Kenya. Latterly at Monitise, Scott took on responsibility for corporate responsibility, ethical behaviour and regulatory relationships. Semi-retirement has included work with the Open University, working with Helen Scott (a TTF Ambassador) at Eris FX to help obtain equity and transparency in the foreign exchange market, and a non-executive directorship at ALCO, a small technology company focusing on programme assurance and transit solutions. It has also provided more time for his other passion – walking. Following a catastrophic fall in the Yorkshire Dales in 2018, Scott was airlifted to the major trauma unit at Leeds General Infirmary. As a result, he is now an authorised volunteer for the Yorkshire Air Ambulance!
Sue Flood
Volunteer: Head of Fundraising Strategy
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.
Mark Bishop
Volunteer: Strategy Advisor
Mark advises the Transparency Task Force leadership team on strategy matters. Having entered the world of financial services consumer advocacy in 2012 as de facto leader of the Connaught Action Group and member of the liquidators' committee of the Connaught Income Fund Series 1, Mark now works with the principals of other action groups and lobbies regulators and politicians to improve the regulatory environment. Having worked as a journalist, media company executive, strategy consultant and corporate finance advisor, Mark holds an MBA from Cranfield University School of Management (where he is now a Visiting Fellow) and sits on the Advisory Board of the MBA programme at Sussex University, where he gained his first degree. He is also the author of a business book, The Future of Private Equity - Beyond the Mega Buy-Out.
Annemarie Borg
Volunteer: Event Photographer
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. 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.
John Dashfield
Volunteer: Coach to Andy Agathangelou, Founder of TTF
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.
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Rohanna Wise
Volunteer: Head of Government Liaison for Massachusetts
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.
Helen Scott
Volunteer: Regulatory Liaison, FX Grouo
Helen is CEO at Eris FX, an international payments firm based in Leeds promoting transparency, technical innovation, competition and good governance.
Terry Webster
Volunteer: Lead Writer
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
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.
Harry Chemay
Volunteer: Head of Market Liaison
Harry Chemay is an experienced finance professional focused on delivering innovative investment solutions. His experience spans a period in excess of 23 years, incorporating: Wealth management/advisory – assisting HNW individuals and SMSF trustees to take control of their own retirement outcomes; Institutional asset consulting – assisting superannuation funds (amongst others) to execute their fiduciary in respect of investment strategy; and A Co-Founder of one of Australia’s first digital advice solutions, delivering highly transparent, low-cost investment advice & asset management to cohorts previously priced out of such services. Harry commenced his career in financial services within KPMG’s private wealth division. He advised primarily within the accounting sector, with senior adviser roles at Horwath (now part of Grant Thornton) and WHK (now Crowe Horwath). After more than a decade in wealth management Harry transitioned from personal to institutional advice, joining Mercer investment consulting. He spent some 4 years at Mercer, providing advice and asset consulting services to superannuation funds, university endowments and financial planning firms. During that time he completed the Certified Investment Management Analyst programme, offered by the then Investment Management Consultants Association (now the CIMA Society of Australia). Prior to co-founding Clover, Harry consulted in the profit-to-member pension space, with a particular focus on retirement income innovation. His work resulted in an award-winning retirement income solution, one of the first in Australia created to deal with the complexities of sequencing risk. An active participant within the wealth and superannuation space, Harry is a regular contributor to investment websites in Australia and overseas, writing on a range of topics across investing, financial planning and FinTech. Harry is also a sought-after presenter, both in Australia and abroad. He has spoken at numerous conferences, facilitated Australian masterclass panels for S&P Dow Jones Indices, and in 2017 was invited to deliver a presentation on Robo-Advice at the World Knowledge Forum in Seoul. Other invitees to this prestigious conference included former First Lady and Presidential Candidate Hilary Clinton, former French President Francois Hollande and former UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon. Harry holds a Bachelor of Business (Banking & Finance) from Monash University in addition to post-graduate qualifications in finance.
Jeremy Askew
Volunteer: Project Manager
I've worked in financial services since 1994, as an IFA since 1999 and set up my own financial planning firm in 2014. I believe transparency, simplicity and fairness are the keystones to a healthy and successful profession. I also believe that they are sorely lacking to the point of non-existence thanks to the inherent conflicts and self-interest of many of the participants. By joining the TTF I hope I can help change that.
Sandy Finlayson
Volunteer: Financial Sustainability Adviser
Sandy has specialised in advising young high growth companies and their investors for over twenty five years. His particular areas of interest are:- Corporate Finance: Over the years he has developed a particular interest in Corporate Finance. In 1992 he brought together the founders of Archangel Informal Investment and they have since gone on to become one of the biggest business angel syndicates in the world. Since then, he has been involved in numerous other initiatives to support the funding of high growth young companies including the formation of Seraphim Capital, the UK's first Business Angel led Enterprise Capital Fund. He has been involved in setting up five enterprise capital funds and a number of other early stage venture capital funds, some of which are based close to the famous "Silicon Roundabout". Startups and Spin-outs: He has helped to establish numerous start-ups and spin-outs, many of which have gone on to become successful award-winning companies; M&A: He has assisted many clients in pursuing successful "buy and build" and consolidation strategies, and has helped numerous clients to achieve successful exits; MBO/MBI: He has undertaken a substantial number of MBO/MBI transactions, acting both for management teams and for sellers; Corporate Governance: Advising boards and individual directors. Sandy recently retired from chairing the Converge Challenge, which is the leading pan Scotland programme for University spinouts. He is currently the Board Observer for HIE on, which is an outstanding example of a University spinout, and a Director of, which is a highly-successful and award-winning charity working with people suffering from deep social exclusion. He serves on the Advisory Board of, which is an inspiring public/private collaboration to solve IT issues and is also a Director of the Scottish Tech Army which was established to provide IT support to numerous public and third sector organisations. It has already made a real impact since it was established only a couple of months ago. Sandy is also on the Advisory Boards of three technology start-ups and on the Investment Committee of one Business Angel Syndicate. Sandy was delighted to receive the first ‘Local Hero’ Award at in 2016, He was awarded an OBE for services to entrepreneurship and voluntary activities in 2017 and was elected as a Fellow of the Royal Society of Edinburgh in 2018.