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Summary

Name Age Since Current Position

David Sear

2011 Non-Executive Chairman of the Board

Ray Anderson

Chief Executive Officer, Executive Director

Rachel Elias-Jones

2016 Chief Financial Officer, Director

David Keeling

2012 Chief Operating Officer

Anil Malhotra

2012 Chief Marketing Officer, Executive Director

Gerald Tucker

Henry Goldstein

2006 Company Secretary

Rudy Burger

Martin Rigby

2007 Non-Executive Director

Gianluca D'Agostino

47 2016 Non-Executive Independent Director

Biographies

Name Description

David Sear

Mr. David Valentine James Sear is Non-Executive Chairman of the Board of Bango Plc. David Sear is Group Chief Executive at Skrill, having joined the company in August 2014. David came to Skrill from Weve, the joint venture between EE, Telefonica UK (O2) and Vodafone UK, where he was Chief Executive. David has extensive experience in the payments industry, and previously spent six years at Travelex, the world’s largest non-bank payments provider, as Divisional Managing Director of Global Business Payments – and prior to that as Divisional Managing Director of Outsourcing. Before joining Travelex, he spent three years as Commercial and Scheme Managing Director at Voca, and was a founding member of WorldPay.

Ray Anderson

Mr. Ray W. Anderson is Chief Executive Officer, Executive Director of Bango Plc. Martin Rigby is co-founder and CEO of Psonar, the internet music service. He is also founder and a managing director of ET Capital, an early investor in Bango. He has been investing in innovative technology businesses for over 25 years, principally in network services, software and hardware. He is Non-executive Chairman of FSE Fund Managers and an advisory board member of the Bettany Centre for Entrepreneurship at Cranfield University.

Rachel Elias-Jones

Ms. Rachel Elias-Jones has been appointed as Chief Financial Officer, Director of the Company. Rachel is responsible for overall financial management of Bango, for corporate financial functions and for Bango's financial relationships with partners. The global reach of Bango requires a wide range of financial and taxation models, Rachel ensures the smooth running of the team delivering this commercial flexibility. Rachel has responsibility for innovation and management in critical finance functions, and is closely involved in product development to ensure the Bango Payment Platform can scale and handle complex requirements. Her flair for bringing clarity to complex finance structures is reflected in her leadership of "Project Clarity", an initiative that has transformed the quality of analysis and reporting that Bango issues to partners. An experienced finance leader and Chartered Accountant, Rachel spent 5 years in practice at 'top 5' audit firms, specializing in the technology and listed sectors, prior to joining Bango. She is highly qualified for this role, has attended Bango plc Board meetings since 2015 and holds a Board role in one of Bango's subsidiary companies.

David Keeling

Mr. David Keeling is Chief Operating Officer of Bango Plc. David Sear is Group Chief Executive at Skrill, having joined the company in August 2014. David came to Skrill from Weve, the joint venture between EE, Telefonica UK (O2) and Vodafone UK, where he was Chief Executive. David has extensive experience in the payments industry, and previously spent six years at Travelex, the world’s largest non-bank payments provider, as Divisional Managing Director of Global Business Payments – and prior to that as Divisional Managing Director of Outsourcing. Before joining Travelex, he spent three years as Commercial and Scheme Managing Director at Voca, and was a founding member of WorldPay.

Anil Malhotra

Mr. Anil Malhotra is Chief Marketing Officer, Executive Director of Bango Plc. Anil is responsible for Bango’s marketing activities and strategic alliances with major partners, including device makers, app store providers and global network operators. Anil has extensive experience of creating successful partnerships between technology innovators and major market players in online technologies and OEMs. Before co-founding Bango, Anil developed the major partnerships for Cyberlife Technology, one of Europe’s leading computer games technology developers, which resulted in the licensing of the company’s ‘artificial life’ technology by the world’s leading games publishers including Warner and Hasbro. Before that he worked with Bango CEO Ray Anderson to establish a technology called X.desktop, which became the global standard for the user interface software on networked computers.

Gerald Tucker

Mr. Gerald Louis Tucker, (Gerry) was Executive Director, Strategic Partnerships Director of Bango Plc. Gerry is a key member of the team that developed and is implementing Bango's strategic plan to provide the universal payment platform for mobile users. Bango works to create an open, inclusive market where everyone with a mobile phone is able to pay using a safe and secure payment method. As Strategic Partnerships Director, Gerry supports the growth ambitions of major app store partners. Gerry focuses high level attention on the financial and regulatory structures that Bango puts in place, enabling deeper engagement with key payment partners around the world at a strategic level Gerry focusses Bango drive to set up structures that enable partners to use the Bango Payment Platform to enter new, and traditionally complex markets for Direct Carrier Billing (DCB), including Brazil, India and Nigeria. Gerry is a seasoned finance leader with a proven track record of success. His career to date encompasses roles across several different market sectors. He has held senior financial and operational roles with companies ranging from a pre-revenue start-up to large multi-nationals. These companies include; Vodafone, Take Two (and Rockstar), the publishers of 'Grand Theft Auto' and Activision, publishers of 'Guitar Hero'.

Henry Goldstein

Henry Goldstein is Company Secretary of the Company.

Rudy Burger

Dr. Rudy Edward Burger served as Non-Executive Director of Bango Plc. He is the managing partner at Woodside Capital Partners and serves on the board of AIM quoted ServicePower Technologies plc. He was the founding CEO of MIT Media Lab Europe, a $40M joint venture between MIT and the Irish government. He served as SVP Business Development at Visioneer, EVP and CTO for NEC Packard Bell and VP Software for Xerox. He has a Bachelor of Science degree and Master of Science degree from Yale University and gained his Doctorate of Philosophy degree from Cambridge University. His Current Directorships includes: ServicePower Technologies plc, Woodside Capital Partners (UK) Ltd, Woodside Capital Partners International LLP. He also served as a Director of Quester Capital VCT4. He was a director of Scipher plc until his resignation in September 2004. Scipher plc went into administrative receivership in September 2004.

Martin Rigby

Mr. Martin P. Rigby is Non-Executive Director of Bango Plc. Martin Rigby is co-founder and CEO of Psonar, the internet music service. He is also founder and a managing director of ET Capital, an early investor in Bango. He has been investing in innovative technology businesses for over 25 years, principally in network services, software and hardware. He is Non-executive Chairman of FSE Fund Managers and an advisory board member of the Bettany Centre for Entrepreneurship at Cranfield University.

Gianluca D'Agostino

Mr. Gianluca Cristian D'Agostino is the Non-Executive Independent Director of the Company. He has a 25 year track record founding, growing, managing and investing in international mobile content and payment businesses, engaging at the highest levels with mobile operators in Europe and LATAM. In 2007 he founded and was CEO of Neomobile SPA, a leading mobile monetization enabler for app developers and ad networks. The company grew both organically and by acquisition, opening a dozen offices outside Italy, from Mexico City to Istanbul and Mumbai.

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