He is currently employed by the Central Bank of Kenya as the Head, National Payments System.
He has been involved in the management of key public sector institutions including the Government of Kenya; The Central Bank of Kenya and the Kenya institute for Public Sector Research and Analysis.
A career in banking, spanning over 20 years, acquiring wide ranging skills in Auditing especially computerized data processing systems, policy analysis, review of procedures in all aspects of bank operations viz: systems of control, human resources, credit administration, deposit mobilization and marketing, investments, foreign exchange, planning and budgeting.
Trained in local and overseas institutions, obtaining multi-skills in finance engineering and law. Has a wide exposure in international banking having worked for two years in a bank within New York Metropolitan area. As a central banker, working in the Bank Supervision Department, Kenya School of Monetary Studies, National Debt Division and National Payments Unit, he has acquired vast knowledge on Kenya’s financial sector.
Within the Central Bank, he has been selected in various committees including those involved with legal and regulatory framework reforms.
Recently I was a member of the bank’s Task Team on the review of the Internal Loans Act, the Electronic Funds Transfer Bill and the committee on Anti-Money Laundering (AML) and Control of Terrorist Financing (CFT).
Since March 2007, I have been a member of the Technical Committee working on the country’s Electronic Transactions Bill. This exercise is being coordinated by the Office of E-Government within the Office of the President.
He has been on Secondment to Kenya Institute for Public Policy Research & Analysis (KIPPRA) where he was a regulatory expert.
He provided technical research and advice to an inter-ministerial committee working on the actualization of the Economic Recovery Strategy (ERS) for wealth and employment creation.
He has also been in involved in:
National Investment Conference
Micro and Small Enterprises (MSEs)
Banking Sector Reform Strategy
The National Transport Committee