Meet the team

Stephen Wilyman

Stephen Wilyman
Chief Executive of Mteq

Corporate experience includes Managing Director of Revlon and Commercial Director of Philip Morris. CEO of two internet start ups. Awarded business migration sponsorship status in 1985 by the Australian Government, Stephen went on to build a successful publishing business in Western Australia; his case study was subsequently used by the Australian government.

Advisor to companies on business improvement, working globally with blue chip clients across a wide range of sectors.

Loves relaxing in and on the water of Poole harbour, discovering new travel destinations and watching the artistry of Arsenal football club. Keen swimmer and skier and collector of antique furniture.


Azhar KhanAzhar Khan
Director and Senior Analyst

Azhar runs and manages all Mteq P4i’s as a Senior Analyst. He also oversees operational delivery of projects. Prior to Mteq Ltd., Azhar spent twelve years with an private International American implementation consultancy. He has delivered operational implementation assignments for blue chip clients across the world. To date, he has been responsible for the successful delivery of more than £150M in operational improvements for his designated clients. His Industry experience is extensive, having delivered assignments in mining, retail, steel, manufacturing, aerospace, chemicals, electronics, insurance, retail and Healthcare.


Peter AepliSimon Gardner

Simon is a qualified accountant and an experienced FD and CEO including Finance Director at Harvey Nichols, where he was also responsible for merchandising, distribution, property and IT, and FD and subsequently CEO of Caledonia Motor Group, one of the largest car retailers in the UK.

Simon’s broad experience enables him to deliver operational and organisational improvements across all business areas and his strength is in finding innovative and creative solutions. He also ensures that financial modelling of proposals are robust and have fully considered all factors before being implemented.

Leisure time is taken up by family and friends and Simon enjoys cooking and has had a recipe published (albeit for charity). A mid-life ‘better late than never’ foray into running has peaked with a recent half marathon.



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