Neil Tomalin

Neil has worked in financial services for over 25 years in a variety of roles.

He began his career as an insurance broker to the construction industry, then switched to selling investments and pension funds, before becoming a product designer with responsibility for new launches and marketing. In the initial dot-com era he worked for AMP, helping them establish one of the first fund supermarkets in the UK.

Neil formed a consultancy 10 years ago that works with major financial institutions on a variety of projects – many designed to make them think differently, but all with a passionate focus on the customer. A substantial portion of this work has been in Risk Management – getting businesses to understand the circumstances under which they could fail, but has also included a major project into institutional fraud.

He has an MBA from Warwick Business School and is a graduate of the 2011 Meyler Campbell Business Coaching programme.

Neil’s coaching style is to extend a clients’ self-awareness and sense of what is possible by providing support and energising challenge in a thoughtful way. His own organisational experience of needing to be politically aware, a focus on clear outcomes and the management of stakeholder and partner relationships have influenced this.