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Tauriq has 20 years’ experience in strategy and has spent the past 10 years building and scaling digital banking businesses in South Africa. He played a key role in the inception of Tyme, serving in many capacities and taking a lead role in its subsequent sale to Commonwealth Bank of Australia in 2015 and to African Rainbow Capital in 2018. Tauriq was appointed to his current position of CEO of TymeBank in 2019. As CEO, he has driven cross-functional execution and has line accountability for strategy, partnerships, data science, innovation, stakeholder engagement and operations within the South African business. Tauriq has taken an active role in the broader South African community with specific focus in serving the needs of abandoned, abused and orphaned children. Tauriq has an MSc from the University of Cape Town.
Co-Founder & CEO, TymeGlobal
Coen has more than 23 years’ experience in banking, law and professional services. In 2000, he became CEO of Edward Nathan Corporate Law Advisors and also joined Nedcor Investment Bank’s Executive Committee. In 2005, he joined Standard Bank as Director of Community Banking, where he led a new strategy to extend banking to underserved customers. Six years later, he moved to Deloitte as a director. In June 2012, Coenraad launched the fintech start-up Tyme with Tjaart van der Walt, which was acquired by the Commonwealth Bank of Australia (CBA) in 2015. In 2017, he was appointed Group Executive at CBA, and at the end of 2018, led the buyout of the Tyme business. Since January 2019, Coenraad is CEO of the Tyme business in Hong Kong and a Director of TymeBank in South Africa. Coenraad holds an MBA and two law degrees with honours.
Partner & APAC FinTech Leader, EY
James Lloyd is a partner in EY where he leads the firm’s dedicated fintech capability across Asia-Pacific, with a particular focus on non-traditional financial services, growth-stage fintechs, and digital transformation. He is also APAC leader of the firm’s payments practice, and operates under the EY-Parthenon brand wherein a select number of member firms provide strategy consulting services. Prior to EY, James helped build and scale a venture-backed alternative-finance platform enabling banks to profitably offer short-term unsecured loans to underserved small businesses. Before that, he supported a bootstrapped e-commerce payment gateway in combining direct-to-market customer acquisition with white-labelled full-service delivery for partner banks. Based in Hong Kong, James sits on a variety of governmental advisory panels – including the Policy Research Committee of the Financial Services Development Council (FSDC) – and is regularly quoted in local and international media.