Don Thibeau
Don ThibeauOIX Non-Executive Director
Don is a non-executive director of Open Identity Exchange (OIX) a non-profit organisation of global leaders from competing sectors, including enterprise, data services, telecommunications, consulting services, SaaS, banking, retail and government. OIX has become a centre of excellence for the identity trust layer of online transactions serving as a test bed for business, legal and governance policies in the emerging identity ecosystem. Don is also the Executive Director of the OpenID Foundation, where he leads a standards development process for Internet identity. The foundation’s membership is comprised of industry leaders that collaborate on the development, adoption and deployment of open identity standards. Don tweets @4Thibeau and blogs at
Nick Mothershaw
Nick MothershawOIX Chair

Nick is responsible for the strategic development of Experian’s fraud and identity solutions for both the public and private sectors. The Identity Solutions portfolio includes traditional ID validation as well as ID verification through challenge questions and document verification. Experian offer a full Identity as a Service solution, including ID proofing and strong credential management, and are one of the consumer identity providers within the GOV.UK/Verify scheme. Nick has been with Experian for over 13 years. Previously Nick was a director of a company providing global solutions within the broader Criminal Justice arena and has also worked for IBM in the healthcare and utilities sector. He has a degree in Computer Science.

Frank Joshi
Frank JoshiOIX Treasurer

Frank is liked and respected in the digital technology space and is perhaps best known to OIX members as director at Mvine, the hub service provider and metadata attribute exchange platform. In fact his expertise in digital business goes back to 1995 when he co-founded one of the first online B2B portals, Martex Communicators which operated 26 separate business communities by the time he sold to it Tarsus Group in 2000. His investments include a stake in Ovum plc, which achieved a successful AIM listing before being sold to Datamonitor in 2006. He led ChangeBASE to its successful acquisition by Quest Software in 2011. Frank has been a director of numerous start-ups, including Knowledge Peers. He holds a BSc in Physics from the University of Bath and is a Liveryman of the City of London.

Geraint Rogers
Geraint RogersOIX Secretary

Geraint is an experienced Financial Services and technology professional having worked in Operational, Product and Change Management roles for over 25 years. Geraint now creates strategy and builds Identity and Fraud solutions that help customers streamline user experience, manage identity risk and respond to fraud.

A versatile people manager, coach and mentor with a passion for user experience and process enablement.

Responsible for LNRS UK Identity and Fraud product strategy, managing a team of experts who focus on the execution of a development roadmap designed to meet market and customer need. Geraint continues to focus on the need to bring to market solutions that enable society seamlessly whilst addressing risk, cost and compliance challenges for organisations.

Rob Laurence
Rob LaurenceOIX General Member Representative
Innovate Identity

Rob has spent a working lifetime in IT and the last 17 years in the field of identity. As Business Development Director at GB Group, Rob was tasked with establishing a new division to design, develop and market the UK’s first purpose-built electronic identity verification service. The service became widely recognised as the market leader in age and identity verification with high street banks, building societies, share traders, mobile retailers and the gambling sector amongst several hundred clients. As MD, Rob delivered year on year triple digit growth.
In 2012, Rob started working with a start-up, Innovate Identity. Today, Innovate Identity is regarded as a thought leader in digital identity, providing specialist consulting services to governments, the financial services sector, suppliers and investors, to help them better understand the world of identity and develop digital strategies.

James Anderson
James Anderson
Lawrence Hopper
Lawrence Hopper
Government Digital Services

Lawrence leads the policy and strategy of the GOV.UK Verify programme in the Government Digital Service (GDS).

He has worked across a number of data and digital delivery roles in the Cabinet Office and GDS, including Acting Head of the Data Infrastructure programme.

Glenn Morgan
Glenn Morgan
International Airlines Group

Glenn is a globally recognised thought leader in the travel, aviation and technology sectors. He is plugged into emerging digital, social and innovation trends.
If it is new, cutting edge and transformational, Glenn can tell you how to exploit it in your business.

As an experienced business executive, Glenn has worked at the crossroads of technology and business across a range of industries, including telecommunications, utilities, oil and gas, government, and airlines. Glenn is currently Head of Digital Business Transformation in International Airlines Group, the parent company of British Airways, Iberia, Vueling and Aer Lingus. He was awarded a professional fellowship from the Chartered Institute for IT (FBCS), and has been re-elected in 2015 as Chairman of IATA Simplifying the Business.

Anthony Nadalin
Anthony Nadalin

Anthony is a partner architect at Microsoft working in the Government Engagement Team leading the Standards and Public Policy practice. Anthony spent 27 years with IBM where he was the Chief Security Architect responsible for the security strategy for software group products.

Anthony participates in many standards organisations (OASIS, IEEE, W3C, ITU, ISO) aligning security strategy with standards.

Will Lankston
Will Lankston

Will Lankston is Head of Identity at the Timpson Group, a family owned retail group from Manchester in the UK. He also holds the position of Operations Director for Jeeves of Belgravia, a dry cleaning company that makes up part of the group. Timpson want to explore new products and services that will help develop the business around its core ethos of customer service. They have a keen interest in the digital identity marketplace and how they might support its development by leveraging their significant retail footprint.