- Willis Owen appoints new executive board members
- Adrian Lowcock and Ian Taunt join executive committee
- Appointments a key part of business’ growth strategy
Willis Owen, the leading online investment service provider, has today announced the appointment of two new members to its executive committee.
Adrian Lowcock, Head of Personal Investing at Willis Owen, and Ian Taunt, Head of Product and Compliance, have joined the executive committee, with the appointments reflecting both Adrian and Ian’s importance to the business as it seeks to expand its customer base.
Adrian, who has over 20 years of experience in financial services and joined Willis Owen last year, has a key role at the business to help clients make better financial decisions which can enhance their futures.
Ian joined Willis Owen in 2018 to focus on the creation of product solutions for its customers. With a broad range of experience that includes 12 years at Wesleyan, Ian brings his technical, regulatory and product knowledge to the business as it seeks to achieve the best results for customers.
These appointments – which take the number of executive committee members to 5 – will strengthen the business by providing additional expertise in their specific areas of focus within financial services, both of which are crucial as the business embarks on the next phase of its development.
Commenting on the appointments, Jason Chapman, Managing Director at Willis Owen, said:
“We are delighted that both Adrian and Ian will be joining the Willis Owen executive committee this year. The combined breadth of experience they will bring to the board will be key to the growth of the business going forward.
“These appointments are just a part of our ongoing growth strategy, having recently launched our award-winning platform, and developed our SIPP further. Willis Owen now has a consumer voice and exciting proposition plans for the future. To take these forward, it’s imperative that those individuals, such as Adrian and Ian, who are key to our success have a voice at the top table.”