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Centaur Asset Management appoints new Corporate Counsel

Centaur Asset Management has appointed Rose Omundi as Corporate Counsel. This is the latest in a series of senior-level appointments across the business.

Prior to moving to the UAE, Omundi was based in Kenya and worked for one of the leading banks in Kenya as a Senior Legal Counsel and Company Secretary to two of the bank’s subsidiary companies. Over the course of her career, she has amassed practical experience in corporate, commercial law, banking sector governance, regulatory and compliance issues and procedures. She has been involved in drafting and negotiating various commercial contracts, structuring loan transactions and security arrangements.
Omundi is a qualified advocate of the High Court of Kenya with over eight years post qualification experience.  She also possesses Company secretarial law and practice qualifications and experience being a member of the Institute of Certified Public Secretaries of Kenya. She is also a Member of The Chartered Institute of Arbitrators (Kenya) Branch.
Before undertaking her professional career, Rose was educated at the University of Nairobi, where she achieved a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and Sociology, as well as a Bachelor of Law in Banking, Corporate, Finance and Securities Law.
Daniel McGowan, Group CEO of Centaur Holdings, says: “It’s great to have Rose on board, and she brings with her a wealth of practical experience that will hugely benefit the business and our investors. There is a real sense of momentum behind the firm at present, and Rose joins a number of other high-level appointments, which have reinforced our capabilities and standing in the industry. We’re really excited for the months and years ahead, and look forward to the impact Rose will no doubt have.”

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