Michael Hodges, Chairman
He has over 30 years experience in computer software development and publishing, while working with multi-user and Internet projects for the last 22 years. He founded Online Blockchain Plc, ADVFN plc and All IPO plc. He is currently Chairman of Online Blockchain Plc, ADVFN plc and a director of All IPO plc.
At Online Blockchain PLC, Michael oversees the day-to-day running of the business and works with its investments. He is a member of the audit committee and of the remuneration committee.
Clem Chambers, Chief Executive Officer
Co-founder of ADVFN plc, All IPO plc and Online Blockchain Plc, Clem Chambers has been involved in the software industry for over 30 years as a pioneer of computer games, massively multiplayer games, multimedia and the internet. He has written investment columns for Wired Magazine, Forbes, The Business, The Scotsman and broadcasts on investment matters for SKY News, CNBC and the BBC. Chambers is responsible for the management of Online Blockchain Plc projects. He is a member of the remuneration committee.
Jonathan Mullins, Technical Director
Jonathan Mullins has been involved in the development of a wide variety of online and internet services for or over 25 years. He has extensive experience of managing entire technical departments.
He is also the CEO of ADVFN PLC
Bill Louden, Non-Executive Director
Ex President of GE global consumer business unit with operations in Japan, the UK and Currently, He was formerly president of a GE online strategic business unit, senior vice president at Delphi Internet leading a UK Internet startup operations for News Corp. Between 1979 and 1984 at Compuserve, Mr Louden was responsible for personal computing and communication product lines, including InfoPlex, a CompuServe commercial store and forward system, which was re-designed and developed under Bill as a consumer product, renamed as “EMAIL” and launched in 1981 (and subsequently trademarked by Compuserve between 1983 and 1984). Mr Louden is particularly recognised for his role in leading the development and commercialisation of multi-player games at Compuserve (and thereafter as founder of the GEnie online service at General Electric), including MegaWars, the first commercial multi-player online game.