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info@tcplifesystems.com

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About TCP LifeSystems

Since 1989, TCP LifeSystems have been delivering software solutions to Life and Pensions Insurance companies globally. These clients have relied on our software to manage several million customer transactions every year.

We are extremely active in the industry, including the co-sponsorship of the UK's annual Protection Review. Being passionate about the business we serve and the role technology has to play in the future of the Financial Services market, we regularly present at industry forums and events.

Our approach is genuinely very different to other suppliers, and our purpose is simple... to ensure our clients gain genuine commercial advantage from the use of our software.

Our philosophy

Our Beliefs

The 'bolt on' approach adopted by so many, quite simply doesn't work - for the client, customer or the end user.

What makes us different?

Our Commitment

We are committed to delivering a seamless and rich customer journey and the complete Self-Service experience.

Our duty to you

Our Credentials

TCP LifeSystems is a specialist IT Platform company working only within the Financial Services industry. This means our knowledge and experience is second to none, and our clients benefit from the very best solution available.

Why choose us?

Meet the Team

Our senior team

Matthew Clark

CEO

Matthew has worked in IT for the Life and Pensions insurance industry for forty years, the first fifteen of which were at a London based Insurance company.  During his time there in IT Matthew became an internal consultant to the business and managed the implementation of several strategic enterprise projects including the first computerisation and automation of 300 branch offices servicing over 3,500 agents.

In 1989, recognising the potential opportunities created by increased regulation and the acceptance of personal computer networks, Matthew founded TCP LifeSystems. As CEO, Matthew has been responsible for strategy and the financial management of TCP, as well as having a personal involvement with TCP’s clients and overseeing the development and direction of TCP’s product suite.

Ashley Hale

Business Development Director

Ashley has been involved with IT development in the Life & Pensions market for over thirty years. In 1990 Ashley joined Swiss Life where he became Operations Manager for their newly launched Personal Finance Division, overseeing both IT and business operations. In 1996 he joined the Marlborough Stirling Group where he programme managed a number of high profile £multi-million implementations in the UK and overseas. During this time Ashley also became responsible for the MSG flagship product LAMDA.

Having previously worked with the company as a client at Swiss Life, Ashley joined TCP in 2005 as Business and Product Development Director to oversee the development and promotion of the SS/G product range as the new generation of e-commerce, ‘self-serve’ platform so necessary for the Life & Pensions Industry.

Chris Ryland

Non-Executive Director

After a successful career in IT consultancy specialising in the Life and Pensions Industry, Chris was instrumental in founding a computer software solutions and outsourcing business in the late ‘80s. This business (which later became known as the Marlborough Stirling Group) grew very successfully and by 2001 was large enough to float on the London Stock Exchange. After four years as a public company, including a spell in the FTSE250, MSG was the subject of a takeover by United Utilities in 2005.

Chris joined TCP LifeSystems as a non-executive director at the beginning of 2010 where his vast experience at MSG is being brought to bear to assist the company further its corporate development plans.

Meet the rest of the team

Roger Potten

Roger spent several years in the City of London at Cazenove as Business Systems Manager for their Research and Corporate Finance areas, where the early adoption of pc networked systems was successfully used to extend IT coverage beyond the traditional settlements function.

Roger joined Matthew Clark at TCP LifeSystems in 1990, having worked previously with him at United Friendly. In his position of Technical Director, Roger has worked to ensure that TCP built up a track record of effective system design and successful implementations. He has been involved in the design and development of all aspects of TCP’s Life and Pension systems, with particular specialisation in the areas of commission, conversion, accounts and calculations.

Danny Essam

Danny started his career at a London Insurance Company as a graduate trainee. Danny progressed in the business stream within IT and worked on many strategic projects including the introduction and integration of hand held computing to the sales force of 2,500 agents.

Danny then joined the Marlborough Stirling Group to work on the redevelopment of a new generation of their LAMDA Life & Pension system, before joining TCP as a Senior Business Consultant in 2002. Danny has also been significantly involved in the design and development of TCP’s latest SS/G Platform.

Chris Samuel

With 20 years customer and marketing led experience, predominantly in Financial Services, Chris brings a wealth of direct-to-consumer, programme management and customer experience expertise  for both our existing and prospective clients. Chris joined TCP in November 2013 from BGL Group where he held a number of marketing and IT positions. Latterly had been part of the team who launched UK online life insurance provider Beagle Street in 2012 and had appointed TCP to provide the quote-sale new business platform following a successful RFP process. Since joining TCP Chris has successfully project managed the implementation of TCP’s first North American client in September 2014. 

Kevin Pledge

Based in Toronto, Canada, Kevin is a former Chief Actuary for Foresters (Europe). He has held several senior operational roles with a number of insurers both in the UK and North America, before launching his own business. In 2000 he started a successful data analytics business where his clients included some of the largest life and health insurers and reinsuers. In 2013, excited by the opportunities presented by online distribution for protection insurance, Kevin sold the business. In 2014 he set up and now runs Acceptiv offering online protection distribution to North America consumers using TCP’s SS/G software.

Sasa Kesic

Sasa joined the TCP management team in 2015, following a 20 year career in the actuarial and systems fields with a variety of blue chip financial services companies.  His past employers and clients include AXA/GRE, Sun Life Financial of Canada, MetLife, Zurich, Swiss Re, Old Mutual, Lloyds Banking Group and Aviva.  Sasa has been involved in actuarial valuations, customer service, compliance, product design & marketing support, illustrations systems, systems migrations, database development and rectifications. At TCP Sasa initially headed the Calculations Engine development, before moving on to programme manage one of TCP’s major clients.