At CIOVantage our focus is helping organisations to reach their full potential.

By using an associate model to match the right resources to your needs, we can deliver our services in a flexible and cost-effective way that suits your organisation and budget.

Interim is best suited to leadership and delivery of specific programmes and projects, or to fill short or long term gaps in your resourcing. A consultancy approach is more appropriate for specific deliverables, such as reviews of IT or finance functions, or to fix specific issues.


CIOVantage supports The Access & Achievement Foundation, helping young people achieve their full potential:

  • By helping them overcome the barriers to accessing the educational opportunities they deserve
  • By rewarding demonstrations of extraordinary achievement in educational activities

For Private Sector enquiries
please contact Peter:
07909 717171

For Public Sector enquiries
please contact Peter:
07909 717171

For Third Sector enquireies
please contact Jonathan:
07740 422 233


Peter Earl

Peter’s 25 years of senior technical management and delivery experience spans permanent board IT positions at FTSE100 real estate investment trust British Land, and interim IT management and delivery roles across the infrastructure and transport sectors including Crossrail and Network Rail. Peter has also undertaken IT and business consultancy roles in transport, real estate and investment trust organisations, as well as local government.

Peter is a member of the Business Computer Society and the Institute of Directors, as well as Chairman of the Board of Trustees for The Access & Achievement Foundation, which he set up in 2007.



Jonathan has held senior finance roles in the charity sector since 2007. He has acted as finance director at the National AIDS Trust, NPC (New Philanthropy Capital), Praxis Community Projects and Anthony Nolan. He is a trustee of Kidscape and the National AIDS Trust.

Jonathan is a fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England & Wales and holds a diploma in charity accounting. Before moving full time to the charity sector, he trained with KPMG, focussing on business restructuring and then joined Barclays, moving through various roles in wealth management to become head of finance for the global headquarters.