DescriptionTumelo was established at Cambridge University, where our founders, Georgia, Will and Ben, campaigned for the sustainable investment of their university’s £6 billion fund. They recognised a global problem: Millions of ordinary people contribute to our investment system through ISAs, workplace pensions, and other investments. Yet most have no visibility over where their money is going and no voice in the many companies they own through their investments. The result? A society that is disengaged and an investment system that is failing to address current challenges. Tumelo is on a mission to change this. Tumelo enables shareholders to have a voice on the issues they care about by providing expression of wish and pass-through voting technology to fund managers, brokers, and institutional investors.ApproachTumelo is committed to creating modern voting infrastructure that delivers ongoing value for the financial services market. Asset managers and institutional investors can build on top of our technology to solve critical voting challenges for their clients. Our technology has been developed in collaboration with the market to solve real-life challenges and will deliver cost savings, operational efficiency, and an enhanced user experience for investors, worldwide. Tumelo provides platforms to multiple stakeholders in the investment sector to improve engagement between shareholders, pension providers or investment platforms, trustees, and fund managers. The companies’ platforms provide each stakeholder with shareholder vote preference data and the insights and information they need to carry out their fiduciary duties with ease.