Greg Sim

Serial entrepreneur, cyber security veteran and CEO of Glasswall Solutions.

Greg Sim is the CEO of Glasswall Solutions, who as a founding director was instrumental in building the current team and establishing its intellectual property and patents. Greg is a cyber security veteran of over 10 years and has spearheaded Glasswall through initial R&D to becoming an internationally recognised and innovative cyber security solution provider.

He is an entrepreneur and investor with a successful track record of fund-raising and strategy realisation, who in the course of his career has successfully founded and sold a number of businesses.

In 1987 he founded Hanson & Robertson Life and Pensions Ltd, before founding Kudos Financial Services in 1991, which he built into a top 100 UK independent financial advisory company before the business was sold to its management in April 2000.

Greg has been an active supporter of many charitable causes, especially those relating to the military in the US and UK. Employing his wide range of top-level contacts in business and politics, Greg has held meetings with former US Presidents Obama and Clinton, Vice President Biden as well as leading members of Senate and the House of Representatives. In the UK, he assisted Lord Ashcroft on the Military Transition Review and Special Forces charities.

Greg has also been chairman of the Medicinema Fundraising Council, raising £1 million for new cinema facilities to benefit patients in various hospitals including Guys Hospital in London. He has been a committed supporter of DEBRA, the charity for those suffering from the painful genetic skin condition epidermolysis bullosa, obtaining families and scientists a full US Senate Hearing on Rare Paediatric Illnesses. Greg’s participation in a Rome-to-London cycle ride with former England rugby captain Lawrence Dallaglio, which raised £1.2 million, was in support of DEBRA.

Greg has assisted in fundraising and sponsorship for 2 Army South Pole Expeditions, more recently he was involved in supporting the expedition to the South Pole of former soldier and close friend, Lt Col Henry Worsley. Lt Col Worsley died after falling ill during his attempt to cross Antarctica solo, unaided and unsupported.