The Board of Directors
Group Chief Executive
Justin, 52, began his career in 1989 as a salesman with Micropal, a provider of independent information on mutual funds. He set up an agency for Micropal in 1991 in Switzerland and grew the business to cover France and Luxembourg. In 1994, he founded StatPro, floating the business in May 2000, raising £5 million to build-up StatPro’s international expansion. StatPro´s revenues have grown from under £3 million to over £37 million since 2000. He has day-to-day responsibility for the Group.
Carl Bacon, CIPM
Carl, 54, previously worked as Director of Risk Control and Performance at F&C Investment Management Limited and prior to that was Vice President – Head of Performance at JP Morgan Investment Management Inc. He is a founder member of both the Investment Performance Council and GIPS®, Chair of the GIPS Executive Committee, and a member of the Advisory Board of the Journal of Performance Measurement. Carl is a director of the Freedom Index Company and is also the author of ‘Practical Portfolio Performance Measurement & Attribution’ and ‘Practical Risk-Adjusted Performance Measurement’.
Andrew Fabian FCA FCT
Group Finance Director
Prior to joining StatPro, Andrew, 55, was Group Financial Controller at William Baird PLC and has previously held senior finance roles at De La Rue plc and Deloitte & Touche. He is a Fellow of both the ICAEW and the Association of Corporate Treasurers (ACT) and served for three years on the ACT’s governing council. Andrew is responsible for the global finance function at StatPro. Andrew was appointed Company Secretary in 2012. In 2012, Andrew was awarded a ranking in the ‘Hot 20 FDs’ in the TMT sector by BDO LLP.
Mark, 54, was previously Managing Director of Standard & Poor’s Fund Services. Mark co-founded Micropal, the global fund performance analysis company in 1986, becoming their Sales & Marketing Director in 1987. In 1992 he became Managing Director of Micropal, and subsequently, in 1997, negotiated the sale of Micropal to Standard & Poor´s, a division of the McGraw-Hill Companies. Between 1999 and 2001, Mark was Managing Director of Standard & Poor’s Fund Services. Mark chairs the Group’s Nominations Committee.
Jane Tozer MBE OBE
Jane, 69, began her career with IBM, after which she was CEO of Softwright Systems Ltd., taking it from start-up to trade sale. Jane has since held a portfolio of nonexecutive directorships including quoted technology companies, investment trusts, the John Lewis Partnership, the DWP and the MoJ, and technology start-ups. Jane is currently the Senior Independent Director at F&C Global Smaller Companies plc, and a Non-Executive Director of Nominet Ltd, JP Morgan Income & Growth plc, Asthma UK and her local Citizen’s Advice Bureau. She is also a member of the Warwick Business School Advisory Board. Jane was awarded an MBE for services to the IT sector in 1991, and an OBE for services to the public service and voluntary sector in 2009. Jane is an Independent Director and chairs the Group’s Audit Committee.
David, 59, has been in the IT industry for over 25 years and has held a number of senior management roles including CEO of Phoenix IT Group, CEO of Fujitsu Services and Managing Director of EDS UK. He is currently CEO of Mozaic Services, a private company specialising in IT service integration and is Senior Independent Director of AIM-listed The Science Group plc. David is Chairman of the Group’s Remuneration Committee.
Rory, 57, has also been in the IT industry for many years. Rory co-founded 1st Software, one of the first companies to use technology as a financial planning tool for building long-term client relationships in financial services companies. The business was sold in 2006. Rory left in 2008 and has since been a director and investor in a number of technology companies. He is currently a Non-Executive Director of Andromeda Enterprises (trading as Ecodesk), a cloud-based technology business.
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