Henry Ekechukwu speaks to Alexander Booth and Mark Simmonds about Kroll’s activities in Kenya

On a recent trip to Nairobi, Mark Simmonds, Senior Consultant, Kroll and Alexander Booth, Associate Managing Director, Kroll spoke to Henry Ekechukwu about Kroll’s activities in the Kenyan market, and the type of work the company has been involved with across Africa for the past 20 years.

Kroll has developed strong relationships with clients in the region, providing due diligence, market entry and compliance support, helping investors understand the compliance and governance standards of their acquisition targets and joint venture partners.

Alexander and Mark highlight a number of key topics including:

  • Trends they are seeing in East Africa
  • Challenges being faced by investors interested in Kenya and East Africa
  • Dealing with regulatory and compliance challenges
  • Macroeconomic pressures over the last 12-18 months
Mark and Alexander discuss the obligations of Kenyan companies to keep their customer’s data safe and the growing importance of cyber security. The digitalisation of the Kenyan economy presents huge opportunity to investors.

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