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The 2nd Edition of RED Summit in West Africa took place on the 29th & 30th of October at the Kempinski Hotel Gold Coast City, Accra, Ghana. With delegates and sponsors from around 41 countries, the RED summit aimed to alleviate the professional pain points that both suppliers and buyers face when they participate in a networking event.

The two days of the summit were carefully crafted and designed to ensure a wholesome and productive experience. Along with multiple keynote presentations, the RED summit also featured panel discussions on relevant topics such as ‘Changing Real Estate Landscape of West Africa’ and ‘The Current Trends & Future Shifts in the Hospitality Market.’ In total, the RED summit hosted over 17 prolific speakers who contributed valuable insights and engaged in meaningful debates on how to access the African real estate market.

The true essence of the RED summit, however, was visible when the venue bustled with delegates participating in personalised face-to-face meetings. Over the course of the summit, 1400+ face-to-face meetings took place. Throughout the two days, the participants eagerly engaged in multiple personalised meetings to understand how they can cater to the requirements of the project holders.

On the product showcase front, 370+ projects were presented to 97 of our buying partners who attended the event. With luncheons, pre-scheduled coffee breaks, and a cocktail dinner — the RED summit ensured ample opportunities to interact and purposely network with industry leaders to its 370 attendees. If we have to put a time to it, the RED summit saw over 800+ minutes of substantial networking and participation in impact-oriented knowledge sessions.

On the first day of the RED summit, we also organised the RED awards with an aim to recognise the quality work that brands and individuals have put in along with honouring and encouraging their excellence. It was our way to provide a token of credibility to the awardees, as their participation in the event was sealed through a rigorous selection process which involved ample research and total objectivity.

All in all, the RED summit ably brought the leaders, buyers, and suppliers from across various domains of real estate under one roof for what came to be an opportunity that provided a chance at interactive and engaging collaboration.

GBB has already announced 5 summits across the globe for 2019.The first of which takes place on the 21st & 22nd of February in Milan. Click here to know more about the event.

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Ravi K Chandran

Founder, CEO

Arthur Adeya is an Architect by profession with over a decade’s experience in Architecture and over 6 years’ experience in Master Planning and Landscape Architecture.

Prior to joining Athena Properties Limited as a Director for design and planning, Arthur was a Principal Partner at Lexicon + ion In charge of Master Planning, Landscape Architecture and Urban Design working with external teams to ensure projects.
He previously worked in the USA with The HOK Planning Group in Washington DC and EDSA Inc. The HOK Planning Group in Washington DC and EDSA The HOK Planning Group in Wash

Prior to joining Athena Properties Limited as a Director for design and planning, Arthur was a Principal Partner at Lexicon + ion In charge of Master Planning, Landscape Architecture and Urban Design working with external teams to ensure projects.

Toni Enderli

Founder Realtor of Excellence

Toni is a property pioneer and business leader with a record of unprecedented financial performance in a world-first cloud -based agency providing dynamic and world class leadership, skilled negotiating and business development success, tech-savvy and social media strategies. This, combined with expert qualifications, performance and revolutionary motivational tactics drives him to achieve peak performance in the ever changing property industry.

5th EDITION

NORTH AFRICA

25th & 26th April - 2019 
Hyatt Regency, Casablanca, Morocco

6th EDITION

SOUTH AFRICA

25th & 26th July - 2019 
Johannesburg, South Africa

8th EDITION

WEST AFRICA

24th & 25th October - 2019 
Lagos, Nigeria

Shiree Darley

Managing Director, Darley Interior Architectural Design

Shiralee Darley, South African born, fully qualified in Interior Design heads up Darley Interior Architectural Design (DIAD) – an internationally experienced team of innovative and dynamic Designers.

Shiralee, at the onset of her career gained experience in Retail Design working for one of South Africa’s leading Architectural firms – this extended on her Interior Design background by adding Architectural experience. In 1991, she followed her yearn for Leisure and Hospitality Design and became a key leader in raising the bar for South African Hospitality Design.

Under the name of the top international company, Wilson Associates, she established an office and team of Designers who initially focused on new Hotel and Resorts in Southern Africa and the Indian Ocean Islands. These include, amongst others, Sugar Beach Resort and Le Telfair Resort – both in Mauritius as well as Zimbali Forest Lodge in Kwazulu Natal and The Royal Livingstone Resort – Zambia, Tsogo Sun’s Intercontinental Palazzo Hotel and Oliver Tambo Airport Intercontinental Hotel.

Shiralee also successfully secured the award for the luxurious redesign of the Blue Train, one of South Africa’s tourism icons. Ambitiously expanding her business opportunities, Shiralee negotiated hotel projects in the UAE, successfully securing and completing signature hotels including the One and Only Royal Mirage Hotels – Dubai, Park Hyatt Hotel – Dubai Creek, as well as the Shangri-La Hotel – Abu Dhabi.

In 2009, DIAD secured the commission for the Emirates First & Business Class Lounges for the new Dubai International A380 Concourse and her Design Teams Portfolio extended to Airport Design.

Shiralee’s team now have 14 Hotel projects across Africa for top Brands including ACCOR, Carlson Rezidor, Hilton and Marriott.

As Founder & Chief Executive, Shiralee continues to promote and develop young designers and manage her dynamic design team ensuring an uncompromising level of high quality interior architectural design, innovative international experience and proven ability alongside her excellent rapport and longstanding relationships

Kim Irmler

Development Director Sub-Saharan Africa, AccorHotels

Kim joined the development team of AccorHotels in Johannesburg in November 2017. As Development Director Kim is responsible for the development of AccorHotels brands from economy to luxury segments in Sub-Saharan Africa.
Previously, Kim spent eight years at Hospitality Property Fund, the only hotel REIT listed on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange. As VP Investments, she played a pivotal role in acquiring and disposing of hotel assets in South Africa.
Kim has a bachelor degree in hospitality management from the Hotelschool The Hague and a master degree in financial management from RSM Erasmus University in Rotterdam.

German Bodenbender,

BIM Manager at Boogertman and Partners - Africa's largest and leading architecture firm

German is a creative thinker, combining an architectural design mindset with highly analytical thinking. Holding a professional degree in Architecture, he has worked on multiple projects around the globe ranging from the design of small residential typologies to the coordination of over 140.000 sqm mixed-use developments. He has always looked for new and better ways to use technology and processes to achieve a superior architectural experience in a shorter period of time.

Today, as a BIM Manager, he is constantly seeking new ways to disrupt the traditional process and develop a collaborative mindset across the industry.

Janine Strachan

BIM Manager at DSA Architects

Janine specializes in identifying best practices and methodologies for integrating BIM into everyday workflows. She develops and oversees the BIM/Revit Workflows and Standards at DSA Architects. Her role as BIM Manager includes continuous staff development, user and project based support, maintaining the DSA Revit template and family libraries and overseeing the implementation of BIM workflows on projects.

Skilled in emerging software/application options forming the future of BIM, Janine is a proven leader in the best practices and methodology for integrating technology into everyday workflows for the AEC industry.

Starting with (3D) coordination to generating (4D) schedules and (5D) quantities from models, Janine has delved deep into the BIM process. In addition, she’s had the opportunity to share this knowledge with audiences and publications across South Africa as a speaker at the 3rd Building Information Modelling in Africa Conference 2018. Janine spoke about “Learning on the job – BIM is the way, but how?”, a presentation which resonated with delegates. Janine’s article, “Learning BIM on the job”, was published in the June 2018 issue of PositionIT Magazine.

Leon van Rensburg

Director, BIM4SMMEs

Leon has more than 12-years experience in consulting across Africa. The core focus of the consulting was to assess infrastructure and maintenance projects in South Africa and to implement successful methodologies to ensure on-time and on-budget delivery. This experience highlighted the importance of adopting a BIM culture and the results it could yield if implemented correctly. For the last 5 years Leon gained experience in the CAD software world and he recently helped launch a new company to support SMME’s with adopting a successful BIM process.
 

Gaetan Siew

Special Envoy Republic of Mauritius - CPR chez UN-Habitat (United Nations HumanSettlements Programme)

World citizen. Special Envoy at UN-Habitat . Continuous traveller through the Silk Road discovering
over a 100 countries and more than 500 cities. Recipient of presidential medals from several
governments Grand Officer of the Order of the Star and Key of the Indian Ocean from Mauritius.
Elevated to the rank of Chevalier de l’Ordre National du Mérite, de l’Ordre des Arts et des Lettres by
the French Republic. Chairperson of several institutions, namely Smart Cities in Mauritius and Board
member of UK Future Cities Catapult. Present Chair of Visio Architecture, Port Louis Development
Initiative, Africa Clean Energy Solutions. Lectured at several universities throughout the world and at
Tsinghua and La Sorbonne.

Andrew McLachlan

Senior Vice President Development, Sub Saharan Africa - Radisson HotelGroup

A South African national, McLachlan is based at Radisson Hotel Group’s Africa Regional Support Office in Cape Town, South Africa. Andrew is responsible for growing the company’s dynamic portfolio of hotels and brands in Africa and the Indian Ocean.

Andrew’s career in the hotel industry started in 1990 before being formally enrolled in an in-house Hotel Management programme with Protea Hotels. In 1994 he won the Hotel Graduate of the Year Award in South Africa and held various management positions and by 1997 he proudly took over the challenging task of a hotel General Manager at a Protea Hotel in Johannesburg. In 1999, he moved on to the position of Protea Hotels Group Brand Communications Manager and in 2002 set his foot into the development world as Protea Hotels Special Projects Manager.

In December 2006, Andrew joined Radisson as Director Business Development and was promoted to Senior Director and Vice President and thereafter Senior Vice President Business Development in May 2016. He established the group’s presence in the region through a dedicated development office in Cape Town and is now spearheading Radisson Hotel Group’s growth strategies in this important emerging market.

Within the last two years Radisson Hotel Group has opened a new hotel in Africa every 45 days and signed a new hotel deal every 37 days. Today Radisson Blu and Park Inn by Radisson features in thetop 10 hotel brands in Africa when ranked by the number of hotels according to the study prepared by W-Hospitality.

In his spare time, Andrew enjoys mountain-biking and spending quality time with his wife and two
sons.

Nicholas Karassavas

BIM Lead South Africa, ARUP

Nicholas is both strategic and hands on project BIM Coordinator, with experience working in an Architectural and Structural reference with 24 years behind him, consulting, designing, implementing and training Engineering and Architectural Teams and organisations while being a director in the African Autodesk Technical AEC Channel for 11 years. Nicholas has worked on a wide range of Architectural, Structural Industrial and MEP projects, both as Principal, Senior Technologist and Lead Standards Creation, IPD (Integrated Projects Delivery) Manager, BIM Manager or Digital Engineering Lead and as such has significant insight and value of understanding the project and disciplines as a whole and in their individual disciplines and putting together systems and BIM Deliverables.

He has been a Technical Director in the Autodesk African Channel and part of the development team, developing online Revit take-off and other 3rd party cloud based and VR applications.

It is essentially important that the right mix and levels of people are brought in early on and at various stages of these projects, trained where necessary and briefed to all coherently deliver fully integrated and coordinated projects in a timeous manor where teams are no longer working as isolated Silos but integrating their rich project data in a central rich and live repository known as a BIG BIM Model with its related datasets. This is achieved by having like-minded people having an attitude to work together, learn and share knowledge and skills openly. Nicholas has been trained in Architecture and Business Management, Accounting, Sales & Negotiations, Autodesk products and BIM solutions and together with his vast IT background in systems Engineering, professional Autodesk training and experience in project deliveries, Sales management, Cad software, implementation and creation of protocols and standards, it allows him to better understand and find solutions to the various complexities involved in the AEC BIM Integrated Design Environment across all disciplines. He is on the BIM Institutes Lead Committee and BIMcommUNITY Africa and often gives of his time and expertise at workshops, talks and chairing various Industry events. Nicholas has significant experience in initiating, managing and developing Project Models and BIM Teams, Including large complex multi-disciplinary projects for the Public and Private, Industrial, Mining and Medical sectors

Registrations are closed.
Thank you for your interest!

Register for RED West Africa:

28th & 29th October-2019
Eko Hotels & Suites – Lagos, Nigeria

Dipo Adebo

Founder, DAA Architects

Architect Dipo Adebo is vastly experienced, with strong project and team management skills, which are manifested in his distinctability to manage the firm for well over 30 years now, and coordinate and motivate large interdisciplinary project groups. This ensures that everyone involved feels ownership of the project, including the client, project team and users, and that the project is rooted in the local community and user culture. Arc. Adebo is well travelled, versa tile and very studios, and consistently challenges the team to better equip themselves for then ew realities of the ever evolving 21st century design and project development systems.

 

Experience

 

The over 35 years as the firm’s managing director has provided Arc. Adebo with vast experience of solving and coordinating complex architectural, technical and functional projects in close collaboration with project teams and user groups. For the past 12 years, Arc. Adebo and indeed the DAA team has especially focused on Hospitality projects in Nigeria, working with several of the international Hotel Management groups and the local boutique hotel brands, there by evolving as the premier and well sought – after Hotel design and development firm in sub-Saharan Africa.


The firm DAA ingeneral, has over the years be eninvolved in the design of a very varied range of building types: Hospitals, Stadia, Factories, Schools, Universities, Industrial Parks, Hotels, Commercial Offices, Prisons, and much more, in almost 70% of the states in Nigeria.

Giuseppe Pancione

Ceo Of Luxury Windows Italia

Degree in Sociology with a thesis written in Argentina, He specializes in France in international marketing strategies begins to work in the world of windows and doors, soon becoming trusted consultant to designers and companies. His managerial skills and a strategic vision of the international luxury market have allowed him to expand his client portfolio in the foreign market.
He became the commercial representative of leading companies in the Made in Italy window and door industry, and since 1999 he has founded the Luxury Windows Italia group, an Architectural Consultant & Trading Agency with affiliations to a leading Group of Companies with multi-disciplined teams of Architects, Engineers and Planners, serving the public and private sectors in areas of consulting, environment and infrastructure.
Today Luxury windows Italia is able to give their clients a custom-made service that integrates craftsmanship with the best technologies in order to provide the best tools for the realization of any project in every detail: fixtures, doors, gates, furnishings, stairs, curtains, garages, flooring. Walls, lighting systems and much more.

Yiu Tung (Billy) Cheung

Founder and Chairman, Master Assets Investments Ltd.

Master Assets Investments was founded by Mr. Cheung Yiu Tung (Billy) whom created this company to construct world class developments in Eastern Africa.
 
These countries include Kenya, Uganda and Rwanda because they have been experiencing unprecedented economic growth in the last decade fueled by political and macro-economic stability, structural reforms and market liberalization and natural resources.
 
Some of the projects in Kampala, Uganda, Master Assets are proud of, includes Marriot Residences Inn and Richmond Hill Luxury apartment, Smart Hotel and The New Taxi Park to name but a few…
 
The recent developments in Kigali, Rwanda, includes Century Park Hotel and Residences, New Century Luxury apartments and the Kigali Marriot Hotel.
It is clear that this company is founded on the basis to create value for investors by constructing world class developments in Eastern Africa.

Madhur Ramrakha

Board Treasurer & Chair of Finance Committee, Green Star Africa (Kenya) AP New Buildings

Muddy is a Director of iJenga Ventures Ltd, an integrated real estate developer of affordable housing, healthcare, hospitality & industrial real estate since March 2018. He also serves as Managing Director of Urban Nirvana Property Solutions Ltd., a family office, and two other property holding companies since 2014. Among his philanthropic causes, Muddy is Board Treasurer of the Kenya Green Building Society and Board Chair of Africa Yoga Project.
 
His professional career between 1990 and 2013 spanned four years of audit & advisory practice at Price Waterhouse in Toronto, Canada. Following this, he did 11 different roles over 19 years at the global investment bank J.P. Morgan in Canada, the UK, the US, Russia, Central & Eastern Europe, Sub-Saharan Africa and Latin America.
 
He earned his Certified Public Accountant (CPA) designation through the California Board of Accountancy in San Diego, CA, USA in 1996, prior to which he earned his Bachelor of Commerce at McMaster University in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada in 1990 with a concentration in Finance & Accountancy. In the property sector, he earned a Greenstar SA Accredited Professional – New Buildings.
 
Green Building Movement Credentials
• Board Treasurer of the Kenya Green Building Society (KGBS) from 2016 to present
• GreenStar Accredited Professional – New Buildings 2016
• Authored the 5-year strategic plan for KGBS which led to its promotion from a Prospective to an Emerging Status member of the World Green Building Council (WGBC) in 2016
• Master of ceremonies for KGBS’ 2016Annual Green Building Conference at Strathmore Business School
• Provided $20k funding and program-managed KGBS’ first ever Africa Green Building Summit where it hosted the WGBC’s Africa Regional Network (ARN) meeting in Kenya in March 2017 at the UN
• Wrote several funding proposals for KGBS’ sustainability grants being offered by development finance institutions and foundations in 2017
• Panel speaker at Kenya’s Green Bond Launch sponsored by the Kenya Bankers’ Association and Nairobi Securities Exchange in March 2017
• Collaborated with international property conference organisers to insert green building content into the East Africa Property Investment Summit in April 2017
• Plenary speaker at the Infrastructure East Africa Conference & Exhibition hosted by the Government of Oman in Kenya in May 2017
• Spearheading the green finance advocacy within the green building movement
• Conducted green building and green finance training for several banks in Kenya
• Adapted international green building guidelines for Nairobi County and trained county urban planners
• Closing plenary speaker at the 2017 Green Building Council of South Africa’s Convention in October 2017
• Represented Kenya’s green building movement at the UNEP Finance Initiative Africa & Middle East Roundtable in Johannesburg, South Africa in November 2017
• Developing the first single family home in Kenya targeting certification under the IFC’s EDGE tool

David Hodkinson

Co-Founder & Design Director

David Hodkinson is the Co-Founder and Design Director of Studio Noor, a leading architecture and design studio with a focus on hospitality projects, based in Athens and Ho Chi Minh City.
 
Born in 1977, David studied Architecture at Oxford Brooks University in England and received his Master’s in Architecture and Interior Design from the Royal College of Art in London. After working at Glen Howells Architects, he was hired by design-led practice, Architecture PLB.
 
David’s desire to establish his own architecture and design studio brought him to Vietnam, where he met Luc Lejeune and set up Noor in 2003. At Noor, David takes the lead on significant hospitality projects for high profile clients including Raffles, Accor and Sofitel as well as a number of luxury residential properties.
David is currently working on the studio’s latest commissions: The House Hotel, Jeddah, Nusr’Et Steak House, Doha, Novikov Restaurants at Cervo Hotel and Cala di Volpe as well as the Hilton in Da Nang, Vietnam.
 
David is a dedicated, passionate architect who brings a fresh design eye to each project. His ongoing interest is to explore new materials, methods of design and building, along with a focus on high-end contemporary design. David leads a team of 10 architects and interior designers from the studio’s headquarters in Ho Chi Minh City.
David is also a furniture designer and his pieces are sold internationally.
 

Tim Harlech-Jones

Business Development Director, Bentel Associates International

Tim is the Business Development Director and Head of Hospitality Design at Bentel Associates International, a well-known Johannesburg-based Masterplanning, Architectural and Interior Design practice, and has over 20 years experience in the design and construction of hotels and resorts across Africa, Indian Ocean Islands and the Middle-East.

Tim is a registered Architect and a graduate of the University of Cape Town’s School of Architecture, receiving his Bachelor of Architectural Studies in 1996 and Bachelor of Architecture in 1999. In 2012, he joined Extrabold Hotel Management, an independent hotel operator, as their Group Development Director, responsible for sourcing management agreements and working alongside project professional teams with respect to operator technical input.

In 2015, Tim joined Bentel Associates International to focus on hospitality projects and to grow their pipeline of work across all asset classes. The practice is currently overseeing 9 hotel projects of over 1400+ keys under construction in South Africa, Ethiopia, Ghana, Malawi, Zimbabwe and Uganda. Tim is passionate about hospitality design and planning, having worked as a Consultant and also Operator-side, gaining invaluable expertise on numerous hotel and resort projects which are internationally, regionally, or locally branded (sometimes unbranded) and ranging in size and across multiple segments from budget hotels through to ultra-luxury resorts.

 

Neale Petersen

Founder & Managing Director, Real Estate Investor Magazine

Neale Petersen is a real estate entrepreneur, investor, and mentor. He is the visionary behind Real Estate Investor Magazine (REIM) and REImag platform www.reimag.co.za as founder, editor-in chief since 2007.

 

Neale has had the unique privilege of meeting and interviewing many local and international investors, millionaires, billionaires, entrepreneurs, businessman, sport stars and entertainers to learn and share their unique secrets to their extraordinary challenges and success. His highlights include meeting and interviewing real estate mogul and current US President Donald Trump in Sydney, Australia in September 2011. Neale has also interviewed local and property and business celebrities such as Robert Kiyosaki, Dr. Christo Wiese, Dr Dolf de Roos, Mark Wainer, Des de Beer, Sol Kerzner, John Smit, Johann Rupert, Kim Kiyosaki, Ryk Neethling, and Sisa Ngebulana amongst others.

 

Neale is one of the authors of an inspirational book called ‘Dance until its Rains’ an accomplished public speaker, real estate influencer and mentor. Neale champions the message of calculated and responsible real estate investment, success, hope and abundant opportunity for all through various digital channels including nealepetersen.com, webinars, podcasts, video and with live audiences with entrepreneurs across the globe. Neale distills the best of real estate information and strategies available, mixing in his own streetmtested and proven principles of investment success.

 

Neale’s purpose is to inspire, educate and empower people to become successful entrepreneurs in building personal wealth through real estate. Neale is passionate about both the creativity and psychology when investing in real estate. He mentors many high-performing investors, entrepreneurs, businessman and is a highly sought-after seminar leader and keynote speaker.

To find out more go to www.nealepetersen.com

Malcolm Horne

Group CEO, Broll Property Group

Horne joined Broll in 2003 as portfolio executive and was appointed group CEO in 2010 to lead one of Africa´s leading commercial property services firms, serving the investor and occupier markets across Sub-Saharan Africa.

 

Between 2004 and 2005, he was the managing director for Broll Namibia, and from 2006-2011 he was managing director for Property Management for the group. Since 2011, he has been an advisor to chairman/CEO of CBRE EMEA for Sub-Saharan Africa. He has also worked as general manager for Properties at the Consortium of Municipal Pension Funds (1998-2003) and as senior property manager for City Property Management (1993 -1998).

 

With a wealth of property knowledge and experience, he is also a director at various companies, the vice president of the South African Council of Shopping Centres, a member of the International Council of Shopping Centres and Africa Advisory Board for International Council of Shopping Centres.

 

Horne holds a Bachelor of Laws, Strategy and Execution qualifications from Harvard Business School and NQF 4 Real Estate.

Xoliswa Daku

CEO & Founder, Daku Group of Companies

Xoliswa Daku is the Founder and CEO of Daku Group of Companies, which focuses on property development, investments, acquisitions, law, facilities and property management.

 

Her vision is to ensure people have state of the art spaces to live, work and play on. Her forte is mixed-use development precincts and she is currently busy on historic and iconic developments both backed by international investors.

 

These developments are based in both mega cities of South Africa – Cape Town and Johannesburg – but does not leave out small towns in the Eastern Cape and KwaZulu-Natal.

 

A Law, EMBA fundi and MCom in project management with a 20-year passion of empowering women and advancing the social transformation agenda across sectors, the Daku Group Academy currently supports young business women to gain both practical and theoretical knowledge to reduce business failures and sustain jobs created.

Nnema Byrd

Portfolio Manager, STANLIB Africa Direct Property Development Fund

Nnema Byrd, CFA is the Portfolio Manager for the STANLIB Africa Direct Property Development Fund. With 19 years of industry experience, Nnema is responsible for identifying, analysing, and structuring equity and quasi-equity investments in retail, commercial and mixed-use developments in key Sub-Saharan African markets. She manages investments from the development stages through stabilization and exit, targeting returns in accordance with the Fund’s thresholds.

Nnema joined STANLIB in 2014 from a Pan-African private equity fund, where she served as director. Prior to this, she was based in the U.S., and was the Assistant Director at a manager-of-managers programme within the largest adviser to jointly-trusteed union pension funds. Nnema had also worked as a Vice President at a US-based real estate investment management firm, where she structured mezzanine, direct equity and joint venture investments in development/opportunistic and value-added real estate across the country. Her skills cover transaction structuring, property valuations, acquisitions, land development, asset management and property dispositions for residential, retail, office, hotel and industrial property.

As an active member of professional circles, Nnema sits on the Board of the South African Property Owners Association (SAPOA), and is on the Advisory Committee for the Property Programs at Wits University. In addition, she is a member of the CFA Institute. She graduated with a BS in Architecture from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), obtained her MBA from the MIT Sloan School of Management, and is a CFA® charter holder. Nnema is married with two children.

Dr Eitan Karol

CEO, Louis Karolh