Chairman and Founder
Wes Paul has had an extensive career in finance, starting with J.P. Morgan & Co in 1975 where he was a Managing Director and held a variety of senior global positions in Debt, Currency, Research, Emerging Markets and Private Equity. He went on to become the firm’s Global Head of Investments with total oversight and responsibility for the company’s real estate portfolio. Wes has a critical focus on disruptive technologies, macroeconomic and capital markets and catalysing opportunities. Wes is also Chairman and CEO of Tellus Matrix LLP and sits on the advisory boards of a number of start-up companies, charities and institutes.
Head of AI and Analytics
Anish completed his PhD in Particle Physics at Balliol College at Oxford University (Royal Society Rutherford Scholar), during which he spent some time working at CERN in Switzerland. In 1997, he moved into the finance industry, becoming the global head of exotic interest rate options at Natwest Markets (Greenwich Capital) and an Executive director at AIG financial products. In 2002, Anish co-founded a hedge fund, Edgeworth Capital (Lehman Brothers), trading volatility. In his financial career, he generated alpha through allocations to equities, fixed income, currencies, and commodities with significant client interaction in asset gathering and marketing meetings and an in-depth knowledge of business processes required for asset management. Anish previously held managerial positions at Shipstern and C60 and he currently serves as a partner at Tellus Matrix LLP.
Tellus Matrix Group
We are advised by the team of Tellus Matrix Group, a consultancy organisation established in 2016 with the goal of supporting companies in the development of innovative technologies. Tellus Matrix has interests in Smart Building technology, cyber security and safety, biotechnology, smart procurement infrastructure, energy and commodities.
The leadership and advisory team, headed up by Wes Paul, includes the world renowned architect and futurist, Lord Norman Foster, and the former Chair of UBS’s Investment Committee, Thomas Madsen.