Craig qualified as a Chartered Accountant with Arthur Andersen and has held senior operational and financial roles within a number of high-growth businesses. As Group Financial Controller of Kwik-Fit plc, he oversaw 25 operating divisions across 12 countries. Following the sale of Kwik-Fit to Ford for £1billion, he consecutively ran and sold two venture capital backed technology businesses. He is now a partner at Pentech, a venture capital firm specialising in UK software companies with global potential.
Armada Investment Group
Daniel is Chairman and Founder of Armada Investment Group. He started his first company – a successful importer and distributor for Apple – at the age of 18 while completing his apprenticeship at the Swiss Bank Corporation. In 1996, he spun off a B2B software business called TRADEX, selling it to Ariba in March 2000 for 5.6 billion dollars. After the completion of the sale – one of the largest software transactions ever – he formed Armada Investment Group as his family office and venture fund.
Tim Bunting is Balderton Capital’s representative on the Nutmeg board. Prior to joining Balderton as a General Partner in 2007, Tim spent 18 years with Goldman Sachs, where his roles included Global Head of Equity Capital Markets (2002 to 2005) and Vice-Chairman of Goldman Sachs International (2005 to 2006).
Johnny is a Senior Advisor at Convoy Global Holdings Limited. He brings over 30 years of experience in the financial and professional services sector with a particular emphasis on the Greater China region. Johnny was previously the Chairman of Zurich Insurance Group’s China operations and a longstanding member of Zurich’s China leadership team and Asia Pacific executive committee. Prior to joining Zurich, Johnny was a Managing Partner at PwC and an executive member of the firm’s Greater China management board. His appointment is subject to FCA approval.
Stephen has considerable director-level experience across multiple arms of the finance industry. Before joining Nutmeg, he was chief executive of a string of prominent financial institutions — Oppenheimer International, Gerrard Investment Management and Moscow Narodny Bank / VTB Capital, where he also became chairman. A Freeman of the City of London, Stephen has also previously held director positions at NatWest, where he spent 27 years in a variety of senior strategic roles, Banque Indosuez Group and LawShare Limited.
Nick has spent over 30 years in the financial services industry. He has held senior positions in a number of roles at BZW, JPMorgan and HSBC in the UK and in Asia. In 2002 Nick established KGR Capital, a funds management business based in Hong Kong that he sold to the LGT Group in 2008. Nick remains an advisor to LGT and sits on the boards of Millennium and Copthorne and Aberdeen New Dawn Investment Trust in the UK and GK Goh and euNetworks in Singapore. Nick is a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants.
Co-Founder and Non-Executive Director
Nick is the co-founder of Nutmeg. Following a business degree at Exeter University, Nick worked at Barclays in the areas of product, banking and wealth management. Nick was a Divisional Director at Brewin Dolphin and has an MBA from Stanford University in the United States. Nick's industry and investment views are respected globally and he frequently appears on Bloomberg, CNBC and BBC and has been quoted in the Financial Times, Wall Street Journal and many international publications. Nick has been a guest lecturer at academic institutions including Harvard, Stanford and London Business School and has represented UKTI around the world, promoting the benefits of doing business in Britain.
Chief Executive Officer and Director
Martin joined Nutmeg in 2015. He has a range of experience running and jointly-running the P&Ls for a number of businesses in different categories. He joined Nutmeg from EDF Energy where he sat on the B2C Executive Team which oversaw the £3 billion highly-regulated retail business. At EDF Energy he led acquisition of new customers, customer retention, product and proposition development, digital sales and service, and all aspects of marketing. Prior to that, Martin spent seven years at Procter & Gamble, where he ran the UK Ariel franchise and took the brand to market leadership, and where he developed the launch of Oral-B toothpaste which achieved 25% market share in its first year. Martin was recognised with a Marketing Society Fellowship in 2013, and won the prestigious Marketing Society Awards for Excellence "Grand Prix" in 2015 for his work to turn-around the EDF Energy business.