Jake Wombwell-Povey



Jake is the founder of Goji where the Goji team are building a digital-first platform to revolutionise the alternative investment industry. Jake is responsible for growing the Goji business and making sure that customers are at the heart of Goji's development and operations. Whilst Goji is used across the alternative credit space (P2P & Debt-based securities) Goji is now moving into the broader alternatives space including property crowdfunding and private equity. Prior to launching Goji, Jake advised some of the largest UK P2P lending platforms during his five years at Grant Thornton, the global advisory firm including working on the IPOs of the biggest names in the fintech and wealth management sectors.

Event Sessions Featuring Jake Wombwell-Povey

Since being announced in 2015, the Innovative Finance ISA has struggled to take off, garnering just 31,000 new accounts last year versus 166,000 Lifetime ISAs which was announced at the same time. But is the tide turning for the IFISA? We look at the data and ask the experts.


Debate: Alternative Lending Investing for Wealth Managers: A Natural Fit or a Risky Nascent Market?

Income Opportunities in Alternative Credit - Edinburgh - Tuesday 6 June 2017


The Innovative Finance ISA for Financial Advisors and their clients

Understanding the Innovative Finance ISA - Thursday 27 April 2017


Cracking the IFA market: What needs to be done?

AltFi Europe Summit 2017 - Thursday 30 March 2017

Articles By Jake Wombwell-Povey

Articles Featuring Jake Wombwell-Povey

Direct lending platform Goji hits £100m in assets

10th October 2018 | Daniel Lanyon

Goji surpasses £50m asset milestone

24th April 2018 | Emily Nicolle

Four adviser concerns about the IFISA

29th March 2018 | Emily Nicolle

Goji targets VCTs and EIS managers with new product

21st March 2018 | Daniel Lanyon

TISA launches new P2P Forum

2nd August 2016 | Ryan Weeks

IFISA Goes Live

6th April 2016 | Guglielmo de Stefano

Multi-Platform IFISA Made Possible

17th March 2016 | Ryan Weeks

Adviser Demand for IFISA Called Into Question

8th March 2016 | Ryan Weeks