Ardohr Limited, trading as CreDec, is authorised by a number of UK financial and regulatory authorities, which together constitute our licence to serve:
Jose-Manuel Arnaiz has held senior positions in telecommunications since 1990 at AT&T, Jazztel and Auna. He managed the integration of Auna’s triple play operations following its sale to ONO in 2006. He was a member of the Jazztel board management team and oversaw its emergence as Spain’s leading free-internet service provider. In 2006, as founder and CEO he established and led Digi-Mobil a cross-border mobile virtual network operator until 2012 where he remains a director. He has an MSc in Telecommunications and Computer Engineering from Universidad Politécnica de Madrid.
Alex Meynell is a founder director of Ardohr. He oversaw the company’s emergence as a dedicated payments company from 2011 and the run-off of its telecommunications interests completed in 2013. He is responsible for the company’s role as a payment service provider supporting UK public policy reforms. He began his career in insurance at Jardine Lloyd Thompson as a senior credit and political risk broker in 1989 and is an alum of the London Business School.
Craig Eadie was a solicitor and a founding partner of Forsters LLP where he served as Head of Corporate and Property Finance until 2009. Prior to Forsters, he was a partner at Frere Cholmeley Bischoff from 1986 to 1998 where he was the head of the firm’s media and communications practice. He was a partner of PCP Capital Partners from 2009 to 2013, working at its head office in Dubai, and has been directly involved in some of its principal transactions. He is a graduate of Oxford and Aix-Marseille Universities.
Alex Balfour was from 2006 the Head of New Media for the London 2012 Olympic Games and responsible for the Games’ results and information services across internet, mobile and social media. He was previously co-founder and latterly Chairman of CricInfo until its sale in 2003 to the Wisden Group. From April 2012 to its conclusion in February 2016 he was a member of the Government’s Digital Advisory Board. He is trustee of English Heritage and formerly a non-executive director of The Pensions Advisory Service.