• Ben Richmond CEO & Founder

    Beginning his career with MISYS Group, Ben has spent 20 years working in the technology sector majoring on Content (unstructured data) and how organisations can best leverage and manage it. Through this understanding of Content, Ben has successfully grown a number of technology and service companies as part of The Content Group which he founded in 1998. As a subject matter expert and thought leader, Ben has been involved in setting global standards for a number of Content related initiatives.

    Ben founded CUBE in 2011 to transform the way global financial institutions go about their compliance by leveraging Regulatory Content on the Open Web.

  • Andrew Webster Non-Executive Director

    Andrew has been involved in financial services throughout his business career. He was originally a corporate banker; initially with Kleinwort Benson and subsequently at ING, where he held a senior position in its asset finance business. After a spell at Noble, he co-founded Boost&Co, a private debt lender to UK SMEs, established after the financial crisis.

    Andrew stepped down from his role at Boost in 2016 and is presently a partner with Cameron Barney, a specialist financial advisory firm whose client base includes many high growth technology enabled companies.

  • Philippe Chambadal Non-Executive Director

    Philippe led the formation of the RDU, the independent service backed by Goldman Sachs, JPMorgan Chase and Morgan Stanley which uses the proprietary SmartStream reference data solution - the only purpose-built, industry-led service available in the marketplace.

    In 2009, Philippe became CEO of SmartStream, having previously served as a SmartStream board member. Philippe has held senior management positions in software and hi-tech firms for the past 15 years and was the Founder & CEO of MetaMatrix, the leading data services platform purchased by Red Hat.

  • Chris Pilling Non-Executive Director

    Chris is a serial entrepreneur who founded his first business in 1991. In 1999, Chris became CEO of Complinet - an online intelligence and SaaS software provider for financial services regulatory professionals. Chris was CEO of Complinet until its sale to Thomson Reuters in 2010, where he then worked as SVP of its Compliance and Regulatory Risk division until November 2011.

    In December 2011, Chris co-founded Matchdeck.com - a business to business matching network that aims to transform the way that companies connect and do business with each other. In August 2015 Chris went on to acquire aiHit Ltd, the world's largest corporate search engine covering over 16 million companies, and merged it with Matchdeck.