John is an economics graduate of the LSE and a qualified accountant. From his time as CFO at Atos, Equiniti Paymaster and Connect Managed Services, he has extensive experience of outsourcing, technology and the pension administration markets.
He has worked with clients across both the public and private sectors, has served as a Pension Scheme Chair of Trustees and provided input to government studies on the likely cost of automatic enrolment.
He is the co-founder and CFO of Sanctum Software, a specialist provider of automatic enrolment audit and compliance services to employers and providers, and has also served as a trustee of several charities.
John said: “I was delighted to be asked to join the board of Intellica at this exciting time in the company’s development.
“My own background in finance and commercial senior leadership roles, across IT and pension services businesses, gives me confidence that I have the depth of experience to contribute positively to Intellica’s growth over the coming years.
“I was quickly convinced that Intellica’s technology enabled approach to data validation and resolution is game changing and, as a former Chair of Trustees, I am only too familiar with the importance of data integrity and the ways in which poor data will limit a scheme’s ability to react as the pensions world continues to evolve.
“I am thrilled to be joining a dynamic and insightful business at such an important time for the pensions industry.”
Brendan Doherty, CEO of Intellica, said: “Intellica is delighted and proud to welcome John Campbell to the team as Non-Executive Director,
“John’s extensive experience of outsourcing, technology and the pension administration markets will help contribute effectively to Intellica’s objectives.”
John is just one of a number of new appointments to Intellica’s growing talent pool – watch this site and our social media for details of more new team members and opportunities to join Intellica.