Decoding the financial DNA of small business
Who are we?
In a period of unprecedented digital transformation within the world’s largest financial institutions, Validis is helping add clarity to decision making by simplifying the process of understanding the financial DNA of small businesses.
Our award-winning smart data pipe extracts, standardizes and analyzes small business accounting data via robust APIs, putting it directly in the hands of those that need it so they can do their jobs faster and smarter. For more information about how Validis can help your decision making, contact us today.
Security is of the upmost importance to the Validis organisation.
We are both ISO 27001 and SOC 2 certified! This means that we have senior management support for information security from the CEO down. All our employees are vetted and understand their data security responsibilities and we have a qualified and experienced person dedicated to managing data security and data protection. We have created a comprehensive set of policies and procedures that are regularly reviewed and we maintain best practice in technical security. We have a robust incident reporting and incident management process, have a comprehensive and regularly tested business continuity plan and vet and review all our suppliers and their security arrangements.
If you have any questions regarding security then you can find more information here.
Our Senior Management Team
Paul has spent over 25 years in a variety of leadership roles in financial services technology. Over the last ten years, Paul has supported Fintech growth strategies in risk decisioning technology and served on the board of a payments business. His early experience was gained with Fiserv and Broadridge, together with founding a trading system software company.
Andrew joined Validis in 2020 with over 12 years experience in Financial Services and a Top 4 consultancy firm, specialising in digital banking and lending technology solutions. Andrew has proven expertise in digitising end-to-end customer journeys in the banking sector with a track record of building, motivating and leading diverse teams to successfully deliver large and complex change programmes.
EVP of Business Development - Accounting
Our Board Members
Don currently serves as Chairman of the London Stock Exchange Group, the leading global financial markets infrastructure business. He is also Chair of Council of the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, a Founder Partner of Corten Capital, a specialist information and software investment firm, and a Technology Advisor to the Bank of England.
Previously, Don was Chairman of Experian plc, a global information and analytics business, the position which he held from 2014 until July 2019. Prior to this he was Group Chief Executive Officer of Experian plc from 2005 to 2014. Don was also Non-Executive Director (and Senior Independent Director) at Compass Group plc, Non-Executive Director of the Court of Directors, Bank of England and Non-Executive Director at First Advantage Corp.
Don is a graduate of Oregon State University (Business Administration/Finance), a Visiting Fellow at Oxford University and an Honorary Group Captain, Royal Air Force.
Validis Board Member
Lindsey is the Managing Partner of Pollen Street Capital, which she founded in 2013 having previously led the team at RBS since 2005. Pollen Street Capital operates in the Financial Services sector. It has established lending businesses as well as built up portfolios of loan assets. Lindsey is a non-executive director of Shawbrook Bank and several other Pollen Street Capital portfolio companies, and was previously a non-executive director of Banca Sistema, Arrow Global plc and Intermediate Capital Group.
Elio joined the Validis board in 2020. Elio enjoyed a long and impactful career with Experian, where he served as Global Managing Director of Decision Analytics, and more recently as founder and CEO of Experian MicroAnalytics.
Roy joined the Validis board in 2017. He is a Chartered Accountant and spent most of his executive career as an audit partner at PwC. He was also a member of PwC’s Supervisory Board. Chair of Audit & Risk Committee and non-executive member of PwC’s Deals Executive. Roy is also a Director and Trustee of The Architectural Heritage Fund. Chairs their Audit & Risk Committee. He also mentors at the School for Social Entrepreneurs in London.