Sean Doherty


Job Title: CFO

Company: Transaction Capital


Sean Doherty was appointed CFO of Transaction Capital in June 2019. Prior to this he worked at Standard Bank in a number of positions including head of new business innovation and ventures, and CFO and COO of Investment Banking. Sean also ran his own consultancy for a year. He served his articles at Deloitte before being promoted to manager in the corporate finance division. He also worked at FirstRand and JP Morgan in London. He has an MBA from IE and a BCom Honours from the University of Johannesburg.

2024 – Present    Chief Executive Officer, Mobalyz 
2019 – Present    Chief Financial Officer, Transaction Capital
2018 – 2019         CIB Head New Business Innovation & Venture, Standard Bank
2014 – 2018         CFO and COO Investment Banking, Standard Bank
2013 – 2014         Managing Director, Doherty Consulting
2012 – 2013         CFO Corporate Banking, Standard Bank
2010 – 2012         Head of Global Management Information, Standard Bank
2006 – 2010         VP: Business Controller EMEA Credit Trading, JP Morgan
2004 – 2006         Head: Strategic Finance FNBIB, FirstRand
2003 – 2004         Manager: Corporate Finance, Deloitte
2001 – 2003         Trainee Accountant, Deloitte

2016 – 2016         AMP Organised Leadership, Columbia Business School
2009 – 2010         MBA, Instituto de Empresa
2003 – 2003         CA, SAICA
2001 – 2001         CMA Management Accountancy, CIMA
1996 – 2000         BCom. Honours, University of Johannesburg

About company: Transaction Capital is a JSE-listed non-deposit taking financial services group comprising two divisions: SA Taxi and Transaction Capital Risk Services (TCRS). SA Taxi finances and insures one in every three of the financed national minibus taxi fleet and comprises a loan portfolio of almost 29000 vehicles. TCRS is described as “a technology-led, data-driven provider of customer management solutions in South Africa and Australia”. TCRS serves two roles, as an agent on an outsourced basis and as a principal in acquiring and collecting on non-performing loan portfolios. 


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