Starboard is an experienced team of digital marketeers based on the Norfolk coast. With over 20 years of lead generation and financial services experience, we work to ensure strong returns on investment.

Our aim is to build long-term partnerships through mutual revenue growth and transparent relationships.

Tim O’Shea


Tim is an experienced entrepreneur with a proven-track record of growth. He has over 15 years of success in internet marketing. As an FCA authorised discretionary funds manager, he has a strong understanding of the Financial Services industry, and is also an angel investor in a dozen SME businesses.

Basil Choudhry

Head of Growth

Basil is a commercially driven marketer, with a focus on generating revenue. Having grown several marketing functions from scratch, he’s both Chartered Institute of Marketing and London Institute of Banking and Finance qualified.

What do we do?

We work primarily within financial services, generating high volume sales-ready leads for financial intermediaries in the mortgage, loan and insurance industries.

With no long-term contracts or commitments, we work on a cost-per-lead basis.  All our leads will fall within your targeted audience, with constantly improving quality.

Our lead generation campaigns are all online, using social media, search, and display funnels.

How does it work?

For each of our lead partners we work to understand the exact customers you need. We create dedicated online advertising campaigns targeting only your chosen audiences.

All online advertising is produced using your brand, and you have the ability to change any of our advertising copy. This ensures that when you contact leads they already know who you are, and are expecting your call. In turn this leads to far higher lead conversion rates, and ensures that you are fully compliant with FCA requirements.

You benefit from our experience in the above, meaning you don’t have to spend your budget on copy, images, videos, targetting and learning through experiments.

Do you need qualified leads?