Bryte appoints new members to the Executive Committee

02 March 2022 Bryte Insurance Company Limited
Ncumisa Mtshali

Ncumisa Mtshali

Waseem Vally

Waseem Vally

Bryte Insurance Company Limited (Bryte) is pleased to announce the appointment of two new Executive Committee (exco) members in Ncumisa Mtshali, who is the company’s Executive Head: Human Resources, and Waseem Vally, Bryte’s Executive Head: Technology.

The two new additions to the executive committee represent Bryte’s strategic focus on improving employee engagement, creating a conducive environment to empower employees to further advance in the business, and also to leverage technological capabilities to enhance data gathering, which can enable the company to adopt a more tailored approach in supporting customers through their risk journey.

Ncumisa is a key driver of Bryte’s internal culture and employee engagement. She is passionate about talent development and employee wellness. She is highly qualified and has a wealth of experience, having been in human resources for more than 14 years. Ncumisa holds a Bachelor of Science degree from Rhodes University, a BCom Honours in Human Resource Management from MANCOSA and an MBA from MANCOSA.

Waseem has played a key role in Bryte’s adaptation to a hybrid model of working and has helped keep staff connected and productive at the office or when working remotely. His vast knowledge and expertise in technological solutions around security and networking have made him a significant member of the business and a chief implementor of Bryte’s strategy around digital. He is an expert in his field, with over 20 years of experience covering all aspects of technology. He holds a BSc in Computer Science and Applied Math from the University of KwaZulu-Natal and a BSc Hons in Information Security from the University of Johannesburg.

This is an important step forward for our business as we implement our new strategy that is focused on providing innovative, responsive insurance risk management solutions to consistently enhance the resilience of our customers and help build competitive enduring businesses. Ncumisa and Waseem have been instrumental in the success and growth of the business in driving employee engagement and creating flexible, accessible and innovative solutions to ensure optimal value for every stakeholder,” said Edwyn O’Neill, CEO at Bryte.

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