TYR's Principal Activity is the payment solutions and business banking products.
|Bid / Ask||-|
|Volume (4w avg)|
|vs Sector (1yr)||-38.28%|
|vs ASX 200 (1yr)||-68.16%|
Tyro Payments Limited (TYR) are a technology-focused and values-driven company providing Australian businesses with payment solutions and value-adding business banking products. Tyro provides simple, flexible and reliable payments solutions as a merchant acquirer, along with complementary business banking products.
No incorporation details available.
DPS and Yield calculations use the Pay Date.
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|Ms Claire Elizabeth Hatton||Non-Executive Director||Jan 2022||
Ms Claire Elizabeth Hatton
Ms Hatton's career experience spanning senior executive and country leadership roles in technology and travel businesses in Australia, Asia and the UK. Claire spent seven years on the Google Australia commercial leadership team before transitioning into a portfolio career and non-executive roles. She is currently a non-executive director of Australian Pacific Holdings, a Director and Co-founder of Full Potential Labs, and co-host of the innovation focused Don't Stop Us Now podcast.
|Ms Shefali Roy||Non-Executive Director||Jan 2022||
Ms Shefali Roy
Ms Roy was the Chief Operating Officer and Chief Compliance Officer at TrueLayer. Prior to that she has held C-Suite / senior leadership roles in operations, compliance and regulatory affairs at Stripe, Apple, Christies and Goldman Sachs. Shefali currently teaches at Said Business School at Oxford on startups, leadership, defi and crypto, she sits on the Board of MakerDAO, and has strategic advisory positions at the Barefoot College, Ada's List, Nye Health, and Erase All Kittens.
|Ms Aliza Knox||Non-Executive Director||Apr 2021||
Ms Aliza Knox
Ms Knox has more than three decades of international marketing and management experience in the financial services and technology sectors having held senior executive roles internationally at Boston Consulting Group, Charles Schwab, Visa International, Twitter and Google. Her previous roles include Head of APAC for Cloudflare, Chief Operating Officer at Unlockd, Vice President, Asia Pacific at Twitter, Managing Director of Commerce and Online Sales & Operations for Asia Pacific at Google Asia Pacific, Senior Vice President, Commercial Solutions and Global Product Platforms at Visa International, and Senior Vice President, International Wireless and Global Expansion Asian Focus at Charles Schwab Corporation. She is Non-executive Director of Healthway Medical Group Limited in Singapore, Former Non-executive Director of Scentre Group Limited (May 2015 to April 2020) and Former Non-executive Director of Singapore Post Limited (August 2013 to July 2018). She is Member of People Committee and Risk Committee.
|Ms Jairan Amigh||Company Secretary||Feb 2020|
|Mr Robert (Robbie) Michael Sean Cooke||Chief Executive Officer,Managing Director||Oct 2019||
Mr Robert (Robbie) Michael Sean Cooke
Chief Executive Officer,Managing Director
Mr Cookie has led as CEO and Managing Director of three ASX listed companies in a business career spanning more than 30 years. He has traversed scale-ups, listings and M&A actions in technology enabled businesses delivering shareholder value. This included 7 years running Australia's online travel company Wotif.com, taking the business through scale-up from start-up mode and a IPO in 2006. He operated the lotteries, race wagering and sports betting conglomerate Tatts Group for 5 years until its merger with Tabcorp in March 2018.
|Ms Fiona Jane Pak-Poy||Non-Executive Director||Sep 2019||
Ms Fiona Jane Pak-Poy
Ms Pak-Poy has over 25 years' experience in a variety of industries, for companies ranging from startups to public companies and not-for-profits. Fiona has served on various boards, including MYOB, StatePlus, and the commercialisation office of The University of Adelaide, Adelaide Research and Innovation. She was a strategy consultant for the Boston Consulting Group in the US and Australia and was also a partner in an Australian venture capital fund focused on technology startups. She is Non-executive Director of ASX-listed iSentia Limited, Non-executive Director of ASX-listed Booktopia, Director of the Sydney School of Entrepreneurship, former Non-executive Director of Novotech Aus HoldCo and Former Non-executive Director of MYOB Group Limited prior to their buyout by KKR in April 2019 (January 2017 to April 2019). She is Chair of People Committee.
|Mr David Ingle Thodey||Non-Executive Chairman,Non-Executive Director||Nov 2018||
Mr David Ingle Thodey
Non-Executive Chairman,Non-Executive Director
Mr Thodey is a business leader focused on innovation, technology and telecommunications, with more than 30 years of experience in the technology and telecommunications industries. He has a record of creating brand and shareholder value and has been involved in innovation across a range of sectors. Mr Thodey had executive career as CEO of Telstra, Australia's telecommunications and information services company from 2009 to 2015. He began his career at IBM, where he spent more than 22 years and held several Asia Pacific senior executive positions including Chief Executive Officer of IBM Australia and New Zealand. In 2017, David was made an Officer (AO) in the General Division of the Order of Australia for his service to business and the promotion of ethical leadership and workplace diversity. He is Member of People Committee.
|Mr David Matthew Fite||Non-Executive Director||Jul 2018||
Mr David Matthew Fite
Mr Fite has over 30 years' experience in the financial services industry. Mr Fite has held various roles at Westpac Banking Corporation, including Treasurer, Assistant Chief Financial Officer and the Group Executive responsible for all retail and business banking products in Australia. Mr Fite has also worked at Japan's Shinsei Bank (formerly known as The Long-Term Credit Bank of Japan) as Senior Corporate Executive Officer, Chief Financial Officer and a member of its Board. Mr Fite is also an investor in various credit, financial services and technology businesses. He is Director of Judo Capital Holdings Ltd and Judo Bank Pty Ltd, Director of Evari Technologies Pty Ltd and Evari Services Pty Ltd, Director of Marsello Ltd and Director of MYOB Group Co Pty Ltd. He is Member of Risk Committee.
|Mr Paul Gordon Rickard||Non-Executive Director||Aug 2009||
Mr Paul Gordon Rickard
Mr Rickards was the founding Managing Director of CommSec, which he led from 1994 to 2002, and was Chairman until 2009. After a 20 years career with Commonwealth Bank finishing in the role of Executive General Manager Payments & Business Technology, Paul left in 2009 to team up with Peter Switzer and found the Switzer Super Report, a subscription-based newsletter for the trustees of self-managed super funds. He is a regular commentator on TV, radio and online and also oversees editorial development at Switzer Financial Group Pty Ltd. He is Non-executive Director of PEXA Group Ltd, Non-executive Director of WCM Global Growth Ltd, Non-executive Director of Russh Media Pty Ltd, Director of Switzer Financial Group Pty Ltd and Non-executive Director of Titan Platform Pty Ltd. He is the Chair of the Risk Committee.
|Jonathan Davey||CEO - Mediapass||N/A|
|Josh Walther||Chief Customer Officer||N/A|
|Praveenesh (Prav) Pala||Chief Financial Officer||N/A|
|Lisa Vitaris||Chief Marketing Officer||N/A|
|Giovanni Rizzo||Chief of Investor Relations||N/A|
|Yvette Mandanas||Chief People Officer||N/A|
|Bronwyn Yam||Chief Product Officer||N/A|
|Steven Chapman||Chief Risk Officer and Head of Internal Audit||N/A|
|James Revell||Chief Strategy Officer||N/A|
|Dave Coombes||Chief Technology Officer||N/A|
|Sami Wilson||General Counsel||N/A|
TYR directors must report any change in shareholding to the ASX within 5 business days.
See Director Transactions for all ASX companies.
|09/06/22||David Thodey||Buy||+59,367||$3.32||$197,100||On-market trade|
|09/06/22||Fiona Pak-Poy||Issued||76,857||$3.62||$278,260||Issue of securities|
|09/06/22||Paul Rickard||Issued||46,723||$3.598||$168,110||Issue of securities|
|09/06/22||David Fite||Issued||35,620||$3.32||$118,260||Issue of securities|
|04/04/22||Robert (Robbie) Cooke||Issued||164,575||$1.68||$276,486||Issue of securities|
|11/03/22||Robert (Robbie) Cooke||Issued||28,536||$1.64||$46,799||Issue of securities|
|07/03/22||Claire Hatton||Buy||+14,583||$1.649||$24,045||On-market trade|
|24/02/22||Robert (Robbie) Cooke||Buy||+136,565||$1.463||$199,797||On-market trade|
|22/02/22||David Thodey||Buy||+66,000||$1.532||$101,126||On-market trade|
|26/10/21||Paul Rickard||Buy||+28,169||$0.45||$12,676||Exercise of options|
|26/10/21||Paul Rickard||Exercise||28,169||$0.45||$12,676||Exercise of options|
|23/09/21||David Fite||Sell||+2,000,000||$4.101||($8,201,474)||On-market trade|
|02/07/21||Robert (Robbie) Cooke||Buy||+400,000||$3.82||$1,528,000||Conversion of securities|
|02/07/21||Robert (Robbie) Cooke||Exercise||400,000||$3.82||$1,528,000||Conversion of securities|
|28/06/21||David Fite||Sell||+787,086||$3.598||($2,832,168)||On-market trade|
|17/06/21||David Fite||Sell||+1,387,084||$3.84||($5,326,505)||On-market trade|
|18/05/21||David Fite||Buy||+3,003||$1.49||$4,474||Exercise of options|
|18/05/21||David Fite||Exercise||3,003||$1.49||$4,474||Exercise of options|
|14/05/21||David Fite||Sell||+399,769||$375.548||($150,132,350)||On-market trade|
|05/02/21||Robert (Robbie) Cooke||Issued||167,501||$2.63||$440,527||Issue of securities|
|14/12/20||Robert (Robbie) Cooke||Issued||62,975||$3.30||$207,817||Issue of securities|
|20/11/20||David Fite||Sell||+111,027||$4.091||($454,171)||On-market trade|
|10/11/20||David Fite||Sell||+120,000||$4.15||($498,000)||As advised by the company|
|02/11/20||David Thodey||Buy||+131,905||$3.58||$472,219||Conversion of securities|
|02/11/20||David Thodey||Exercise||131,905||$3.58||$472,219||Conversion of securities|
|02/11/20||Catherine (Cathy) Harris||Buy||+106,262||$3.58||$380,417||Conversion of securities|
|02/11/20||Catherine (Cathy) Harris||Exercise||102,262||$3.58||$366,097||Conversion of securities|
|02/11/20||David Fite||Buy||+89,658||$3.58||$320,975||Conversion of securities|
|02/11/20||David Fite||Exercise||89,658||$3.58||$320,975||Conversion of securities|
|02/11/20||Fiona Pak-Poy||Buy||+73,692||$3.58||$263,817||Conversion of securities|
|02/11/20||Fiona Pak-Poy||Exercise||73,692||$3.58||$263,817||Conversion of securities|
|02/11/20||Hamish Corlett||Buy||+89,658||$3.58||$320,975||Conversion of securities|
|02/11/20||Hamish Corlett||Exercise||89,658||$3.58||$320,975||Conversion of securities|
|02/11/20||Paul Rickard||Buy||+61,432||$3.58||$219,926||Conversion of securities|
|02/11/20||Paul Rickard||Exercise||61,432||$3.58||$219,926||Conversion of securities|
|30/10/20||Paul Rickard||Sell||+307,061||$3.742||($1,148,940)||On-market trade|
|20/10/20||Hamish Corlett||Sell||+8,231,239||$4.06||($33,418,830)||Ceased association with an entity|
|20/10/20||Hamish Corlett||Sell||+35,000,000||$4.055||($141,925,000)||As advised by the company|
|19/10/20||David Fite||Buy||+2,625,000||$0.08||$210,000||Exercise of options|
|19/10/20||David Fite||Buy||+133,171||$0.636||$84,727||Exercise of options|
|19/10/20||Paul Rickard||Issued||24,540||$0.375||$9,202||Exercise of options|
|16/10/20||David Fite||Exercise||2,625,000||$0.08||$210,000||Exercise of options|
|16/10/20||David Fite||Exercise||133,171||$0.636||$84,727||Exercise of options|
|16/10/20||Paul Rickard||Exercise||24,540||$0.375||$9,202||Exercise of options|
|07/04/20||Robert (Robbie) Cooke||Issued||270,583||$2.88||$779,279||Conversion of securities|
|07/04/20||Robert (Robbie) Cooke||Exercise||270,583||$2.88||$779,279||Conversion of securities|
The current holdings of TYR directors.
|Director||Last Notice||Direct Shares||Indirect Shares||Options||Convertibles|
|Robert (Robbie) Cooke||24/02/2022||891,936||136,565||5,504,530||N/A|
A substantial shareholder is a person or entity that owns 5% or more of the voting shares in a company. Shares can be held through multiple entities, so the Substantial Shareholders list differs from the Top 20 Shareholders list.
Shareholding changes less than 1% do not require notification to the market. When all “Last Notice” dates are identical, it suggests that no (or minimal) change has occurred since the most recent Annual Report.
|Name||Last Notice||Total Shares||Shares Held (%)|
|Grokco Pty Ltd||15/08/2021||69,119,528||13.72|
|FIL Limited and the entities||17/12/2021||30,720,474||5.96|
12 month transaction history compiled from ASX announcements.
|Date||Name||Bought||Previous %||New %|
|17-12-21||FIL Limited and the entities||30,720,474||--||5.96|
12 month transaction history compiled from ASX announcements.
No sell transactions reported by Substantial Shareholders in the past 12 months.
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