• Peter Ayliffe - Chairman and Non-Executive Director

    Peter Ayliffe was President and Chief Executive Officer of Visa Europe from March 2006 to September 2013, where he was responsible for Visa’s European business in 37 countries, accounting for some 30% of the worldwide expenditure on Visa cards. Prior to Visa Europe, Peter spent over 30 years in retail banking. He was a main Board Director with responsibility for Retail Banking at Lloyds TSB, one of the UK’s leading banks. During this time, Peter was a Director on the Visa Europe Board and a Director on the Visa International Board.


    He currently serves on the Board of the Chartered Management Institute as its past President, and is on the Board of the Coventry Building Society, Pennies, the digital charity box, and truRatings, the Point of Sale consumer feedback business.

  • Elizabeth Buse - CEO

    Elizabeth Buse joined Monitise in June 2014 as co-CEO. She became sole CEO in March 2015. Prior to Monitise, Elizabeth spent 16 years at Visa Inc, most recently as Global Executive, Solutions, responsible for the company's merchant relationships, ecommerce, mobile and processing products.  Before that, she spent three years in Singapore, running Visa's business in Asia Pacific, Central Europe, Middle East and Africa. She also held roles as Visa’s Global Head of Product; Executive Vice President of Product Development and Management; and Executive Vice President of Emerging Markets & Technologies, leading all aspects of product strategy, development and growth.


    Prior to joining Visa in 1998, Elizabeth served as Vice President of Strategic Initiatives for the Electronic Funds Division of First Data Corp. Elizabeth also serves as a Director of Travelport, a leading travel commerce platform listed on NYSE, and was a Director of Artio Global Investors Inc. from September 2009 to January 2013.

  • Lee Cameron - Deputy CEO & Chief Commercial Officer

    Lee oversees commercial, business development and legal activities as well as setting corporate development strategy. Lee has been with the company since its formation as a member of the founding management team. Appointed to the Board in 2008 he has held a number of senior executive roles within the company. A lawyer by profession, Lee maintains his qualification as a solicitor while overseeing his business responsibilities. Prior to Monitise, Lee was General Counsel of Morse plc, a FTSE 250, technology company. He has extensive experience of private and public company boards and currently sits on the global digital advisory board of a $10bn Nasdaq-listed business.


    Lee's reputation for getting deals done and managing complex cross-border transactions whether M&A or commercial contracts enables him to protect and grow Monitise's market-leading position. Earlier in his career Lee held a number of legal roles and worked in large financial institutions.

  • Brad Petzer - Chief Financial Officer

    Brad joined Monitise as Chief Financial Officer in 2013. Brad’s responsibilities include finance, risk, investor relations, human resources and facilities. He previously worked at TelecityGroup plc, a FTSE 250 company, where he was the Group’s Financial Controller. At Telecity Brad supported the business through its Main Market listing on LSE and was responsible for the Group’s reporting, planning, policies, risk and control. Prior to Telecity Brad held senior finance roles at Create Services, an online credit card provider and part of Lloyds Banking Group, and other technology companies. He is a qualified Chartered Accountant.

  • Colin Tucker - Independent Non-Executive Director

    Colin has 30 years' experience in the telecommunications and electronics industries. He was Deputy Chairman of Hutchison 3G and was Technical Director of Orange for ten years. Prior to joining the Monitise board in 2007, he was a board director of Morse plc.

  • Tim Wade - Independent Non-Executive Director

    Tim, a qualified lawyer and accountant, is a non-executive director of Macquarie Bank International Limited and ACE Europe Insurance, where he chairs the Audit Committees for both, and Access Bank UK Limited, where he chairs the Credit Committee. Tim is also chairman of the national charity Coeliac UK and a former independent non-executive director of Friends Life.

  • Amanda Burton - Senior Independent Non-Executive Director

    Amanda Burton was Global Chief Operating Officer at Clifford Chance LLP from 2010 to 2014. She joined Clifford Chance in 2000 from Meyer International plc, where she was Director and Chairman of its Timber Group. Amanda served nine years on the Board of Galliford Try plc as a Non-Executive Director, from 2005, and as Senior Independent Director and Chairman of the Remuneration Committee since 2008. She was appointed to the Board of Copthorn Holdings Ltd, the ultimate holding company of Countryside Properties PLC, as a Non-Executive Director in October 2014, and as a Senior Independent Director and Chair of the Remuneration Committee of HSS Hire Group Ltd in January 2015.

  • Paulette Garafalo - Independent Non-Executive Director

    Paulette Garafalo is President of Brooks Brothers international, wholesale and manufacturing, and has been since 2010. She was previously CEO of the Americas at the luxury retailer Bally and held the position of CEO and Group President of the luxury apparel brand Hickley Freeman.

  • Stephen Shurrock - Non-Executive Director

    Stephen Shurrock is CEO of Telefonica’s Global Consumer Unit.  Responsible for driving change to improve customer experience, digital adoption and ultimately monetisation, Stephen is also responsible for the introduction of digital products and services in financial services, advertising, security and devices.


    Previously Stephen was CEO of New Business Ventures in Telefonica Digital. Before joining Telefonica Digital at its launch, he was Chief Executive Officer of Telefónica Ireland, and Sales Director for Telefonica UK.  


    A highly experienced telecoms executive, Stephen joined O2 in the UK in 2000 and held a number of senior sales and finance roles. He was responsible for the Consumer Sales Division and managing a team of 4,000 staff. An accountant by profession, Stephen previously held a number of financial positions across different businesses.