Bruce Paveley named as TymeBank’s new CTO

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Bruce joins three other recently recruited top executives at TymeBank.

TymeBank, one of the world’s fastest-growing digital banks, has appointed Bruce Paveley as its new chief technology officer. He joins Yusuf Dockrat, CFO, Linda Appie, CMO, and TymeBank CEO Coen Jonker, all of whom joined the bank recently, with Coen taking over the reins on 1 July.

Bruce has 32 years of experience in the technology field, mostly in the banking sector. His experience spans application development, IT, business and fraud operations, architecture, design, AWS cloud and cyber security. He has been with Tyme Group since 2017 as head of technology innovation, data and infrastructure.

Prior to that he held several senior roles at Standard Bank, including head: infrastructure products and services. and spent several years at Faritec, a listed IT services and solutions company, as a consultant to various companies. In his new role as CTO, Bruce will be responsible for TymeBank’s IT, cyber and operations teams and will also play a significant role in introducing new products and services as a key business enabler.

“I am excited to welcome these talented and experienced individuals to TymeBank’s senior leadership team. Running a digital bank requires unique skills and attributes. We are extremely fortunate that two of the appointments come from within the group, while our new CFO is a seasoned banker who will help sharpen our focus on reaching profitability in 2023,” says Coen Jonker, CEO of TymeBank.

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