TMP Systems is a network that solves complex environmental and social problems, working through cooperative agreements among three specialised organizations. Our expertise is in finance, technology and political economy and our work spans developed and developing countries on six continents. Our clients also represent a wide range of perspectives, from private equity funds to development assistance organizations and everywhere in between.

If you want to get in touch with us, please direct your questions to the individuals below:


Sophia Murday directs TMP_Private, and can be contacted at private@tmpsystems.net. When you do, please indicate if you are representing a corporation, investor or HNWI. If none of these fits, please do not contact us about business opportunities: your work is very likely to fall outside our areas of interest.


Ben Bowie is the Managing Director of TMP_Public, and he can be reached at public@tmpsystems.net. Before doing so, it would be useful for you to peruse the TMP Public homepage, which you will find here to get a sense of the work this division typically does.


Questions about our climate work should be directed at climate@tmpsystems.net. As explained on the TMP Climate page, this entity launched in March 2019 and develops practical solutions to the emerging climate crisis, primarily through collaboration with the TMP Systems network.


If you have a press inquiry, please contact Louise Gillett at press@tmpsystems.net. We do not respond to general interview requests in less than 24 hours. If your request is more urgent than that, please contact someone at TMP through an existing channel or personal introduction.


Emails from headhunters go directly into the trash, but we very much welcome unsolicited offers from prospective employees. If you want to work for us, send a well-written cover letter and CV to hr@tmpsystems.net. Please note: our working language is English and we expect you to speak and write it articulately. This does not require you to be a native speaker but we will reject poorly written submissions without reply. If you do not have the right to work in any country where TMP has an entity (UK, Netherlands, Japan), we will still be interested in your application, but it is likely that employment law will require us to either sponsor you for a visa or extend an offer for a contractor position.