Haverty Appointed New President & CEO of TimePayment
JUN 5, 2019 - 7:05 am
Fintech company TimePayment appointed Jay Haverty its new president and CEO. Haverty joined the firm in March 2018 as chief operating officer in conjunction with the company’s leadership succession plan.
Haverty has played a key role in TimePayment’s record growth during his tenure and led numerous operating initiatives, including a comprehensive set of technology and service enhancements. He will now assume general management responsibility for all aspects of the company’s growth plan focused on expanding its leadership position across multiple, specialty vendor financing markets. He has also joined the company’s Board of Directors.
“Jay’s an outstanding executive and his appointment to CEO represents an important next step in the continuing development of our company” said Hank Reeves, executive chairman of TimePayment. “He is a technology oriented, customer focused leader that is a perfect fit for the company. He’s the right leader at the right time. We are lucky to have him.” Reeves added.
Prior to TimePayment, Haverty served as the CEO of d50 Media, a multi-channel acquisition agency specializing in DRTV/media buying, SEM, cross-channel analytics and SEO. Prior to d50 Media, he held the dual roles of COO and CTO at Sokolove Law. Earlier in his career, Jay held various positions with Mercer Oliver Wyman, Credit Suisse, Celsius Capital and Accretive.
“I am honored by the appointment and look forward to leading the company at such an exciting time,” said Haverty. “We have a great team of leaders and associates that share a passion for delivering industry-best equipment financing solutions for manufacturers, dealers and end-user customers. Our growth and market position are evidence of this passion and we’ll keep getting better every day.”
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