Goji Investments founder Jake Wombwell-Povey has moved away from his executive role, Peer2Peer Finance News has learnt.
Wombwell-Povey set up Goji, which provides technology to alternative investment platforms, in 2015.
He previously held the role of chief executive but moved into the position of chief commercial officer last year, with chief technology officer David Genn promoted to chief executive.
Wombwell-Povey said he remains at Goji as “a proud and active non-executive director” in an emailed statement.
The Goji founder is now working full-time at a new company called Attis Ventures, according to his LinkedIn profile.
Attis Ventures invests in and advises high-growth, deeply technical, purpose-driven businesses across the fintech and cleantech sector.
Investments include Goji, Curve, Nutmeg, Allplants, Hycube, Antaco, Flexi Hex, Stadtfarm, Gone West, Mr & Mrs Smith and Brewdog.
Goji provides technology to a number of peer-to-peer lenders, including Assetz Capital and CapitalRise.
Its technology offering includes client money and ISA management services, as well as payment capabilities for complex transactions.
In November last year, it added a new asset custody capability to help P2P platforms meet their regulatory obligations.