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      Simon is responsible for ensuring that LOGiQ3 is utilising technology to deliver value to its clients across all services through a combination of deploying leading edge technologies, such as cloud computing, and adherence to industry best practices.

      LOGiQ3 is part of the LOGiQgroup of companies, of which Simon is the Co-Founder and CEO. 

      As the Co-Founder of the LOGiQGroup, Simon's role includes oversight of geographical expansion into Europe, development of strategic partnerships and identifying potential acquisitions, or new start-up opportunities for the Group. 

      A role which involves working very closely and collaboratively with Co-Founder Chris Murumets, the Group Leadership team and Advisory Board.

      Simon is also responsible for ensuring that the LOGiQ3 Group, which includes LOGiQ3 Corp, TAI (joint venture acquistion with msg global) and APEXA, reaps the maximum benefit of a using a shared services model across the Group, covering the key support functions of people and talent, finance, sales and marketing, IT, and legal.

      Simon provides executive oversight of the enterprise risk management (ERM) process at LOGiQ3 Group, recognizing that risk management is fundamental.

      Simon is a former co-chairperson of the ACORD Life Reinsurance working group, charged with defining data standards for the life insurance industry.

      Prior to LOGiQ3, Simon was Senior Vice President, Product for RI3K Inc, with responsibility for developing solutions for RI3K in the Life market. Simon previously worked for Friends Provident in the UK, within the IT department, managing projects and developing systems within the Life division.

      Simon has a broad technology background ranging from Mainframe to Web Development, covering the complete project life cycle, and has performed senior technical leadership and project management roles.

      Simon holds a BA Economics degree at Nottingham University, UK.