Unicorn AIM VCT Plc



Tim Woodcock – Chairman

Tim Woodcock qualified as a Chartered Accountant at PwC. He is an experienced company director who has held a number of main board roles for both public and private companies. He also has considerable Investment Management experience – in 2008 he co-founded Oakfield Capital Partners, a private equity firm specialising in investing and developing fast growing UK smaller companies.

Charlotta Ginman

Charlotta Ginman, FCA , qualified as a Chartered Accountant at Ernst & Young before spending a career in investment banking and commercial organisations, principally in technology and telecoms related industries. Former employers include S.G. Warburg (now UBS), Deutsche Bank, JP Morgan and Nokia Corporation.

Jeremy Hamer

Jeremy qualified as a Chartered Accountant and went into industry after 3 years abroad with Coopers and Lybrand. Initially in finance roles he moved into general management leading a significant turnaround for a family food group. After a 5 year stint in venture capital he became a plural NXD on a number of AIM company Boards as well developing a business coaching practice. Today he continues to coach.

Josephine Tubbs

Josephine Tubbs is an independent non-executive director, financial consultancy co-founder and a practising lawyer. Josephine has over 30 years’ experience as a lawyer and regulatory adviser in the authorised funds and asset management sector having started her career in private practice. For 25 years Josephine worked as Head of Legal, initially for Framlington Group and then AXA Investment Managers (AXA IM), where she was promoted to General Secretary UK in 2020. During her time at AXA IM, Josephine served on its Executive Committee and the board of several authorised Irish investment funds and management companies. At the end of 2022 Josephine left AXA IM and co-founded Biben Capital Markets Limited, a consulting firm which provides advice and solutions in relation to securities financing/liquidity management to financial institutions. In January she took a senior lawyer position at Big Society Capital, the UK’s largest social impact investor. She holds a law degree from Bristol University and qualified as a solicitor at Simmons & Simmons in 1992.