Andrew is a Partner in the Social Sector Funds at Bridges. In this role he focuses primarily on “Social Outcomes Contracts”, where a charity or social enterprise delivers innovative services for vulnerable individuals, and Government pays for significant improvement in social outcomes, if these are achieved.
Andrew was previously CEO of a social enterprise “MicroCred Banque”, the largest microfinance bank in Madagascar, and a member of the supervisory boards of the leading microfinance banks in Senegal and China. Prior to his work in social enterprise, Andrew spent eight years working in cooperatives and mutual businesses in the UK, driving operational and financial performance, and wider stakeholder impact. He is a mentor for the On Purpose Associate programme, which helps talented young people to work with leading social enterprises in the UK.
Andrew has also worked as a strategy consultant for McKinsey and Company. He read Mathematics and Philosophy at Oxford, and holds an MBA from INSEAD.