ALN Kenya has announced the appointment of Nicole Gichuhi as a partner in their Real Estate & Construction practice and Jeremy Muyela as a director in the Forensics, Risk and Compliance practice. They take up their new roles on 1 January 2023.
“The promotions of these talented individuals reflect the quality, breadth and depth of talent in our ALN firms and is further evidence of our meritocratic culture,” commented ALN Kenya Senior Partner Karim Anjarwalla.
Gichuhihas over ten years’ experience and has been with the firm for over eight years. She has represented some of the leading players in the real estate industry in Kenya and sub-Saharan Africa. Her experience includes advising clients on land use planning, zoning and user restrictions, and environmental matters involving properties in Kenya. She was ranked in the Chambers & Partner 2022 guide as an Associate to Watch, and as a Rising Star by Legal 500.
“This is a great opportunity to work with professionals who share the same high standards for our business and vision for the future,” Gichuhi commented. “Together, we will continue to provide our clients with streamlined services for their expanding real estate portfolios in Kenya and other African jurisdictions.”
Muyelais an investigation, governance, risk and compliance specialist with over fifteen years’ experience. His expertise includes financial accounting, finance, risk management and forensic investigations. He has successfully guided organisations in addressing proactive and reactive matters involving fraud and other types of corporate misconduct. Muyela’s experience cuts across various industries. He has worked with clients in East, South and West African regions, the Caribbean, and the US.
With an MSc in Corporate Finance, a BSc in Business and Management, and as a Certified Public Accountant, Muyela’s contribution has been vital in growing the Forensics, Risk and Compliance practice for ALN.
“Since I joined ALN, we have established a strong reputation that we are the go-to service provider for forensic services in the African market through delivering quality and high-standard services in the continent,” explained Muyela.
“We congratulate Nicole and Jeremy on their promotions,” commented ALN Kenya Joint Managing Partner Rosa Nduati-Mutero. “Each has earned a reputation for providing high-quality advice, a commitment to client service, deep experience in their practice areas, and a strong dedication to collaboration and teamwork. They have contributed significantly to our global platform to serve clients worldwide.”
“Each of these new partners has already established a strong track record of providing excellent advice to our clients and will make an important contribution to the continuing growth of our business,” added ALN Kenya Joint Managing Partner Daniel Ngumy.
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