Investor Relations

Board members

We have a diverse, experienced and engaged board that help us keep focused on what matters.

Aleks is a Brit who has spent the past 20+ years growing digital businesses and products across the globe. His passion, leadership, creativity and problem-solving abilities are enabling Scrypt to rapidly advance its products and services in healthcare, lending and other regulated industries. With a thirst for learning, Aleks considers himself ‘work in progress’ and likes nothing more than facing the 'impossible' challenge.

Aleks spent his early career as a Royal Air Force helicopter pilot with operations in the UK, Northern Ireland, Falklands and Hong Kong and 24/7 Search and Rescue. The acute challenges of his flying experiences have honed his clarity of business thinking and delivery-oriented approach.

Aleks is not only the proud CEO of Scrypt, but an equally proud husband and father of two boys aged 15 & 9.

Nick Basil is Chief Technology Officer and was co-founder of Axacore.

Among with our CEO, Nick is responsible for establishing the company’s technology vision and strategy. His focus on advanced product capabilities and overall platform performance maintain our competitive advantage.

Before founding Axacore, Nick owned Amadeus Consulting, a software consulting firm that provided specialized imaging components to medium and large businesses. He was a Product Manager at Accenture, where he implemented technology solutions for Fortune 500 companies. In addition, he worked at RMIC, where Nick developed a platform that could move data at Internet speeds.

Nick has a degree in Electrical Engineering from Southern Illinois University.

Mr Larter is one of the largest shareholders in Scrypt. Based in the UK but with a home in Florida, he has led the funding of the company.

Mr Larter has had business interests in various parts of the world and has a 50 years experience of developing companies of his own, or supporting the management of others. In 1978 he founded Larter’s Estates a company constructing residential houses and holiday homes in East Anglia and Wales, which he subsequently sold. He is best known for creating the company Pleasureworld in the UK which owned one of the first theme parks there and a number of other tourist attractions. He is also a Trustee of the recently taken over Marina Theatre in Suffolk, England.

Yet another Brit. Richard (Dick) to most friends, aged 61, joined the board in June 2014 and is also a substantial investor in Scrypt.

A Masters Economics graduate of London University, Dick meandered his way through a variety of financial based positions, including a spell in banking, before joining Sinclair International Ltd as a start up business over 30 years ago. Sinclair hold a highly successful and international niche position as the dominant provider of high speed automated labelling systems for the fresh produce industry. In his role as CFO, Dick played a key role in the development of the Sinclair business in the setting up of overseas operations in a number of key overseas locations, including Chile, South Africa, Israel, Spain, Thailand and China.

Since standing down from a full time role 10 years ago, Dick has continued to assist Sinclair on a consultancy basis, is a Non Executive Director to a number of UK-based businesses and has direct involvement in a number of other business operations. Dick is married and has three young adult daughters, an ex Rugby player for fun and fellowship, he continues with a passionate support for his local Club, Lowestoft & Yarmouth RUFC.

Dr. Corlin has been a Director of Scrypt, Inc. (formerly SecureCare Technologies, Inc.) since September 2000.

He is a gastroenterologist and is a fellow of the American College of Physicians, a member of both the American Gastroenterology Association and the American Society of Internal Medicine, and he is a past President of the Southern California Society of Gastrointestinal Endoscopy. Dr. Corlin has been active in the American Medical Association for the past twenty years, with roles including President, Speaker of the House of Delegates, and Chair of the Council on Long Range Planning and Development. From 1994 to 1998, Dr. Corlin was a member of the Advisory Committee to the Director of the National Institute of Health. Dr. Corlin served as President of the California Medical Association (CMA) from 1992 to 1993, as Vice Speaker and Speaker of the CMA House of Delegates for nine years, as a member of its Board of Trustees for twelve years as well as chairing numerous committees.

Dr. Corlin is a graduate of Rutgers University, receiving his M.D. from Hahnemann Medical College. Following residency training at Hahnemann, Dr. Corlin served as a Lt. Commander in the United States Public Health Service, Heart Disease and Stroke Control Program from 1968 to 1970. He is also a member of several foundations.

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