Nucleus Financial Group has today announced the appointment of John Levin to its board of directors.
Levin, co-founder of Certua, a technology platform that uses client financial data to automate and personalise insurance, has a wealth of experience in providing technology and advice to the financial services industry. His appointment is as one of three adviser appointed representatives to the Nucleus board.
He holds a number of directorships within the sector and sits on the board of Integrated Protection Solutions Limited, a joint venture he co-founded with Swiss Re that integrates wealth management and life insurance.
He also co-founded Quanis Group, which provides business technology solutions for the insurance industry in the UK and US, as well as Telecom Plus, a FTSE 250 multi-utility services company where he was a non-executive director from 1997 to 2006 and has been a significant shareholder and held senior positions in several companies including, Chairman of Amtrust Europe Limited (AEL), CEO and Non Executive Director (NED) of IGI Group Limited, Chairman of Rocketer, Chairman of Surely Group and NED of Money Dashboard.
Commenting on his appointment, Levin says: “I would like to thank the Nucleus board for giving me the opportunity to help the business grow and change the industry for the better.
“Nucleus is well known as a progressive company prepared to challenge traditional and long-held legacy views. It is an innovative and disruptive force and I look forward to using my experience of building and developing technology businesses to further enhance the Nucleus proposition and brand.”
David Ferguson, founder and CEO at Nucleus, said: “We are delighted to welcome someone with John’s expertise to the Nucleus board. He has amassed a huge amount of knowledge building financial technology platforms and we look forward to utilising his insight for the benefit of our users and their clients as we continue to grow and expand the Nucleus proposition at a time of significant disruptive change and opportunity across the industry.”