“When starting out it is normal to get sacred as you are unfamiliar with the territory, but I was never too hard on myself knowing that it is up to me to improve and do better.”
The 37 year old is the chief investment officer and part of the founding team at Cytonn Investments. The investment firm which was launched in 2014 has hit Kenya’s investment scene by storm. Barely two years into the market, Cytonn turned heads when it recently announced an annual profit of Kshs 600 million.
Elizabeth has an undergraduate degree in actuarial science and MBA Finance option from the University of Nairobi. She is a certified financial analysts and credits her success to her formative years as an investment intern at Pine Bridge Investment where she had a supportive team and gained practical knowledge pretty quick. She had stints at Genesis Kenya and Britam Asset Managers.
Elizabeth was feted as a Top 40 Under 40 2016 women in Kenya by the Business Daily for business and investment skills. She is committed to use here role at Cytonn to impact lives and help people make profitable investment decisions.