We appoint two new trustees
July 10, 2017
The charity announced today that it had appointed two new members to its Board of Trustees, Monica Kalia and Tim Frost.
Sir Hector Sants, Chair of StepChange Debt Charity, said:
“I’m delighted to welcome both Monica and Tim to the Board of Trustees. The need for free debt advice is expected to grow and their knowledge and experience will prove invaluable as we plan to respond to that demand and to do so as efficiently as possible. I look forward to working with them both as the charity continues to strive towards a society free from problem debt.”
Monica Kalia is the co-founder and Chief Strategy Officer at Neyber. Previously she ran the European bank’s equity research team at Goldman Sachs. Monica has championed the cause of diversity and the advancement of women in the global fintech community and is listed amongst the most influential women in fintech by Innovate Finance's 2016 Women in Fintech Power List.
Monica Kalia said:
"I'm honoured to have been invited to join Britain's leading debt advice charity as a trustee. As the co-founder of Neyber, a company whose mission is to boost the financial resilience of UK employees, I'm keenly aware of the issues that StepChange is seeking to remedy. I'm looking forward to contributing to the work of StepChange in collaboration with my fellow trustees and the broader management team."
Tim Frost is the co-founder and director of Cairn Capital, an asset management firm. He is a member of the Bank of England’s Court of Directors. Tim was previously the Managing Director of JP Morgan and he served in the British Army in Germany and the Falkland Islands prior to joining JP Morgan.
Tim Frost said:
“Debt is a pernicious problem that blights the lives of millions of people across the UK. I look forward to working with my fellow trustees to ensure that fewer people struggle in the future.”