Paul Wachira Mwai is the Chief Executive Officer of AIB Capital Ltd Paul has over 20 year experience in Investment banking, having worked in various departments within the Barclays group, including Barclays Merchant Finance Ltd (BMFL) and Barclays Dealing Centre, before joining Barclay-trust Investment Services in 1998 as a Fund Manager. He moved to Old Mutual Asset Managers following the acquisition of Barclay-trust by Old Mutual in October 2002 as a Senior Portfolio Manager and Asset Allocation Strategist. He joined AIB Capital from African Alliance Investment Bank where he was Chief Executive of the Asset Management Company. Paul has the following;
Amish is an award-winning investment banker who has been involved in securities trading and transaction advisory services in capital markets in Kenya and Eastern Africa for over 16 years. He has completed over 40 transactions valued at over USD600 million (Kshs 50 billion). He has been involved in IPOs, Public Rights Issues, Public Bond Offers, Privatizations, Private Placements, Mergers & Acquisitions, Financial Restructuring, ESOPs and General Financial Advisory. He has trained on Securitizations/PPPs and is currently interested in financing the Mining Industry. He is Director-Investment Banking, Standard Investment Bank Ltd, is a Board Member of Kenya Association of Stockbrokers & Investment Banks. He was involved in the development of the current Kenyan Capital Markets Master Plan. He was previously associated with Renaissance Capital (Kenya) Ltd and SBG Securities Ltd (formerly CFC Financial Services Ltd), Kenya.
Mr. Kirimi B.Com (Hons.), CPA (K), CPS (K), FCCA has served in various senior capacities in both Finance and General Management. He served on the boards of Kenya Commercial Bank and the Motor Trade and Allied Employers Association and is a former Senior Treasurer of the Nairobi University Council, Trustee Nairobi University Pensions Scheme and Chairman of its Investment Committee.
He is executive director of Sterling Capital Ltd.
Mr. Kirimi is the immediate former Chairman of the Kenya Association of Stockbrokers and Investment Banks.
Dennis is the executive authority in the day to day running of Faida Investment Bank. He has over sixteen years experience in Investment Advisory and Portfolio Management. He has been instrumental in ensuring the implementation of various Exchange initiatives that have sustainably grown the Stock Market.
Dennis has been in-charge of portfolio management, Fixed Income and equities and is responsible for building and maintaining institutional and high net worth client relationships. Mr. Waweru oversees the management of the Investment Bank, and heads the marketing and distribution efforts in all public capital markets issues.
He holds an MBA in Strategic Management from
Central Depository System Corporate together decided to switch to one standard Broker Back Office System (BBO). In 2010 Donald was appointed to head the BBO Functionality Management team. His team's initial assignment was to produce an industry wide functionality requirement paper to be used in the purchase of the system. With the adoption of the requirements paper and purchase of the system, Donald and his team is now tasked with overseeing all functional additions and modifications to the BBO.
Previously, Donald worked at Investors Bank and Trust, USA where he was responsible for implementing upload systems for daily transaction tracking on mainframe, running nightly mainframe valuation and payment processing, conducting daily operations processing tasks among other duties.
Bsc. Computer Science – Suffolk University, USA
Code of Ethics
This is a situation in which the demand for shares in an initial public offering exceeds the number of shares issued. In a bull market, good public issues tend to get oversubscribed..
This is holding securities that are not hedged against market risk. Both the potential risk and reward is high. It is rarely a concern for smaller investors but is usually a major concern for large investors..
A stock market index is a statistical measure of the state of the stock market, based on the performance of a number of representative stocks. Each index (from different stock markets across the world) has its own calculation methodology and is usually expressed in terms of a change from a base value. Thus, a percentage change of the index is more important than its numeric value. The index is usually considered to be reasonably representative of the performance of the stock market as a whole..
A capital gain is an increase in the value of a capital asset. Stocks and other investments such as property are classified as capital assets. The gain is only realized after the asset is sold..
This is the requirement that a stockbroker (or agent) should find out about a client’s financial needs, risk tolerance and investment knowledge before making recommendations. This knowledge enables the stockbroker to establish the most suitable securities for the investor..