is the founder and director of Positive Money
Ben founded the organisation in 2010, works on the campaign full time and is also one of our four directors. Ben has spent the last five years figuring out what’s wrong with the financial system. He now spends his time working on the Positive Money campaign, working with MPs, think tanks, charities, academics and unions to promote a better understanding of the real issue with debt-based money and fractional reserve banking. Ben originally studied Development Economics at the School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS, University of London) before spending 2 years in a team of 4 growing a start-up business in the financial sector and successfully securing funding from the founder of a FTSE 250 firm.