About us

Mission

Delio's mission is to build a connected, multi-asset class private market that enhances liquidity and access for today's high net worth investor.

By offering premium, intelligent, bespoke solutions to different organisations for a range of use cases, Delio can help institutions evolve their offerings and create wider business opportunities.

Overview

Delio is a complete white label platform solution for private assets, that helps organisations and their advisors enhance their offering through connecting private deal flow with high net worth capital.

Providing flexibility and control, our configurable platforms can connect together multiple institutions so deal flow can be shared both internally and externally, increasing scalability in a structured, compliant manner.

From offices in Cardiff, London and Brussels, Delio is building a series of multi asset-class, connected private markets for a range of use cases. Examples include direct equity, impact investing, private debt and real estate.

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Our founders

Gareth Lewis

CEO

Gareth is the CEO and co-founder of Delio. After beginning his career at IBM, he specialised in mergers & acquisitions, working with EY and investment boutique Convex Capital whilst training as a chartered accountant.

Having had access to and sold businesses for a number of today’s entrepreneurial wealth creators, Gareth recognised that their needs and wants in the private investment space were being under serviced.

Using his knowledge of the space and broader understanding of technology, he set out to help financial institutions deliver value and do more in private capital.

David Newman

COO

David is the COO and co-founder of Delio. A CFA charterholder, he spent a number of years in wealth management advising high net worth individuals and family offices at institutions such as Barclays and UBS.

His first hand experience of the challenges advisors are facing when looking to offer clients something different, led to the creation of a way for organisations to use the private markets to enhance their service.

His detailed understanding of the internal workings of financial institutions has allowed the business to deliver value propositions for some of the world's leading institutions.

Our advisors

Avron Epstein

Avron has over 20 years experience in the city working with high performance teams, leaders, entrepreneurs and companies to develop strategies covering a broad range of sectors and situations.

He started the growth and acquisition finance team at Investec and led both the corporate lending division and private bank, also serving as a member of the bank's executive team. He has also been involved with social enterprise through a programme helping to launch and support over 55 new businesses in communities in the east end of London.

Jan Raskin

Jan is a trusted advisor to technology investors (PE, VC, CVC, Family Offices), scale-ups and more mature growth companies with respect to growth/M&A strategy, business development and fundraising.

He has worked as a strategic consultant in the financial services industry with Accenture and A.T. Kearney, and has gained substantial corporate development experience as an executive with Delhaize Group, a leading multinational food retailer.

Alex Eventon

Alex is a partner at investment boutique Telemark Capital, where he is responsible for the firm's asset management offering. In addition, he is head of fixed income at a London based private wealth manager.

During his career, Alex has headed teams and held senior portfolio management positions in FFTW, BNP Paribas, Lombard Odier and Oddo Asset Management across the UK, France and Switzerland.

Sharon Flaherty

Sharon is the managing director of award-winning content and communications agency, BrandContent, advising clients on strategic communications and content marketing.

She has worked in the financial services industry for over a decade holding in-house leadership roles with the Financial Times, MoneySuperMarket Group and Confused.com.