Community Chat - Smart finances with Centonomy
So you are a hardcore tech (or not so hardcore) freelancer. Or maybe you run a startup? Or are you a young (or young at heart) professional on the up and up? We all have one thing in common – the need to make the best of our money.
Do you aspire for financial freedom in these times of too little money, too many expenses?
On Wednesday, 28th May from 16:00 to 17:50 The iHub is pleased to host Centonomy, leading Finance trainers for a smart finances community chat. Ms. Waceke Nduati, leading financial trainer and consultant will engage with you and give you useful tips on how to make the best of your money.
Bio: Waceke Nduati
Waceke Nduati is the founder and director of Centonomy. She is led by her passion for the financial planning industry as well as helping individuals achieve financial well being, Waceke has over 10 years experience in the investment industry internationally as well as locally. Institutions she has worked for include Balmain NB (Australia), Dyer and Blair Investment Bank, African Alliance Investment Bank, CFC Stanbic and CCS Financial Solutions. Her work experience has covered diverse areas such as IPO Transaction Advisory, Unit Trust Fund Management, Retirement Fund Management, Stock Brokerage and, Investment Research Analysis.
She is the Lead Trainer at Centonomy, having facilitated courses for over 1,500 people to date through the Centonomy 101 Course, Corporate Training, as well as advisory services to Investment Groups. She is a personal finance author and has published various articles in the Business Daily, Sunday Nation, and True Love Magazine.She is currently the personal finance columnist for the Saturday Nation . See Blog for Articles. She is regularly featured on TV and Radio (CNN, BBC, Citizen TV,NTV, KTN, CNBC, Capital FM, Kiss FM) and is renowned by their viewers and listeners for her ability to demystify money and investments in a way that is relevant. She has also been a panelist for UN Women on “Economic Empowerment for Women”.
She is also a founder and director of Origins Investment Group Advisors Ltd which works with Investment Groups. She also sits on the board of the Kenya Private Sector Alliance (KEPSA) – Gender Committee. She was nominated as amongst the top 50 Women Entrepreneurs in November 2007 by the Business Daily.