Mark Jannaway

Senior Leadership

With over 25 years of consulting experience, Mark’s expertise lies in the Automotive and Logistics industry verticals complimented by a particular interest around finance, insurance, technology and data business models. With background in a financial services, this interest in motor insurance extends in insurance distribution more broadly, and other areas of lending.


Working with many of the leading brands in this space, his Automotive experience spans all non-manufacturing elements of the value chain including Car Buying Services; Classified Advertising & Lead Generation; Dealerships; Automotive Leasing and Finance; Motor Insurance; Service, Maintenance & Repair Workshops; Vehicle Rental and Vehicle Remarketing / Auctions.

He has also worked for a range of technology and data businesses supporting these players including valuation data, specification data, dealer software, repair and maintenance information and fleet management tools & software.


With a focus on last-mile delivery and national logistics, he has worked on both asset-heavy and asset-light businesses ranging from traditional couriers, mail operators and PUDO/locker solutions to carrier management and transport management software businesses to enable this ecosystem.

Having founded a vehicle logistics marketplace, this expertise extends into other logistics-related marketplaces such as freight exchanges.

Insurance Distribution & Specialty Lending

A final area of interest is financial services distribution with a focus on digital disruption. 

Mark advises both owners and investors in these businesses across Europe and North America.


Beyond OC&C, Mark supports a leading Children's Charity in the UK, is co-founder and Chairman of Engineius a vehicle movement business, Chairman of Clearwell Capital and is a keen golfer.

Education & Prior Experience

  • Background of working in Investment Banking and chairing a property development funding business.
  • MarchFIRST (formerly Mitchell Madison Group) 
  • British Gas Global
  • Oxford University: Engineering, Economics and Management
"How to own and run a car is one of life’s bigger decisions with the industry having undergone significant change in recent years and likely to continue to do so for the foreseeable future. The hype is around autonomous vehicle and EV transition but the real question is how to benefit from changing driver attitudes and the way individuals and businesses own and use vehicles."

Related Publications

Thursday 10 November 2022

Hitting the brakes

Our 3rd annual Speedometer report follows up our research in 2019 and 2021. We have drawn on a survey of over 9000 consumers across 8 countries (USA, Germany, France, UK, Netherlands, Italy, China, Australia) to understand the underlying disruptive trends affecting the automotive industry.

Thursday 05 December 2019

Life in the fast lane

The world of automotive is in a period of unprecedented change: subscription models, car sharing, electric and autonomous collectively will transform the landscape for all companies in the automotive value chain

Tuesday 20 August 2019

Unlock the keys to the future of car ownership

Buying and running a car is not the set of discrete transactions it once was: drivers no longer buy a car from one place, have their vehicle serviced by another and then sell it on elsewhere

Thursday 09 May 2019

Stop or go

The world of automotive is changing, and fast. The advent of subscription models, mobility, car sharing, electrification and autonomous are all potential disruptions viewed as an opportunity by some and a worry or threat by others

Friday 04 March 2016

A pain in the neck

During the Autumn Statement, the Government announced its intention to clamp down on whiplash claims. Two wide-reaching reforms were proposed

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