The perfect team — a refined balance of experience and knowledge.
Simon Solomon, Founder
Qualified as Fellow Institute of Actuaries (London) in 1972, Simon Solomon has over 30 years of senior management experience in the life insurance and superannuation industries. Simon held positions including Appointed Actuary and Assistant General Manager for South African companies African Eagle (Eagle Star) and Anglo-American Life before moving to Australian Eagle in Melbourne to become the Appointed Actuary and Deputy General Manager in 1979. In 1985, Simon was appointed Principal with Mercer Campbell Cook & Knight, heading up their Life Insurance Division. In 1988 he formed his own Actuarial and Research Consultancy, Plan For Life Pty Ltd.
Rael Solomon, Head of Sales, Marketing & Product Development
Rael Solomon is responsible for business operations and company sales targets, marketing strategy and delivering the product road-map. A senior management and marketing professional with 20 years’ experience across financial services industry in Australia. Expertise in B2B digital marketing within managed funds, superannuation, life insurance, banking, consulting, financial advice, industry associations, media and government. Very results oriented, with a strategic leadership outlook and able to follow through to implementation. Strong analytical problem solver who takes a positive attitude to challenges. LinkedIn
Stephen Ryan-Gledhill, Business Development Manager
Stephen Ryan-Gledhill specialise in building businesses and creatively solving Business Problems. Primary responsibilities are to engage in specific Research, Identify new Client opportunities, provide support to existing Clients including identifying new opportunities as well as New Product Development, Market Intelligence and data gathering. LinkedIn
Daniel Morris, Data Manager
Daniel Morris manages the quarterly Funds and Life Insurance data releases and reporting for Plan For Life. Daniel has completed a Bachelor Commerce, with Honours in Actuarial Studies in 2004 at University of Melbourne.