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John Rozenbroek

John Rozenbroek

Background & Experience

John Rozenbroek is the COO/CFO at Capify, John is an experienced finance professional with over two decades of experience and is responsible for overseeing the company’s operations, managing risk, and ensuring that the firm remains compliant with all relevant regulations. 

With his wealth of experience John has been able to help Capify UK stay ahead of the game in the ever-changing financial landscape. John’s previous roles include CEO / CFO at Experian, Reality Group plc, GUS plc, EOS Solutions plc and ThinkSmart plc. 

John has been a mentor to many in the industry, teaching them the importance of understanding the risks associated with any investment, often providing commentary and advice on economic conditions and the best course of action SMEs can take. 

John Rozenbroek’s long-term experience has made him an asset, not only to Capify, but to the industry as a whole.  

Recent Articles

Innovation & Funding

A recent report found businesses that secure external funding are more likely to innovate in their markets. There are several reasons why small businesses should consider seeking external finance, including the fact that most businesses don’t have the spare income to fund all of their growth initiatives. Read more about how external finance can help your small business grow and innovate.

3 Major Challenges Faced by Small Business Owners

SMEs face a lot of challenges in the current market and it takes much determination and patience to ensure that they succeed. Below we address three of the biggest challenges you might come across.

What does the banking crisis mean for SMEs?

The collapse of Silicon Valley Bank has raised concerns over contagion in the banking system and fears of another banking crisis. Thankfully, a lot has changed since the great banking collapse of 2008, including innovations in lending that SMEs rely on to support their operations

ESG and small businesses… why investing is the right thing to

ESG ignorance is costly. 56% of small business owners are unfamiliar with ESG, which is understandable as it has primarily been a concern for large corporations. However, with increasing support and interest in COP26, times are changing. ESG stands for Environmental, Social, and Governance, but how will it affect your business?