By Alex Muriithi.
Nzomo Mutuku has officially been appointed to fill the chief executive officer in the Retirement Benefit Authority board after one year acting as the c.e.o.
this was after Mr. Mutuku emerged the best candidate in the recent interview which attended by nine more candidates but he proofed that he was up to the task.
Prior the appointment, he worked at the RBA for 12 years as the chief manager of research and development as well as a stint at the Central Bank of Kenya (CBK). His career started way back in the National Treasury where he served as the acting director of financial and sectors affairs where he was charged with the financial sector’s development and the sectors issues.
The board had this to say on his upon his appointment.“RBA board of directors express their confidence that Mr Mutuku will be able to deliver on the authority’s core mandate and in particular drive the organisation’s key strategic themes,” said board chairman Victor Pratt in a statement Thursday.
Mr. Mutuku will fully take up the task that was left by former CEO Edward Odundo in March 2017.