Areas of expertise
Marube is an experienced corporate finance expert with track record in financial consulting for private companies, donor agencies and government agencies in the areas of fiscal accountability, fiduciary reforms, audit oversight, and technical assistance spanning 7 years across Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania and South Sudan. Marube is currently the CEO for Burnley & Company, a business strategy and consulting firm based in Nairobi Kenya. He previously worked as a senior auditor for Deloitte & Touche and subsequently as the internal audit manager for Essar Telecom Kenya Limited (yuMobile) part of the Essar Group of India.
Key among the assignments handled include USIAD FIRM’s Credit Information Sharing Association of Kenya, DFID’s Windle Trust Fund for Kenya, IFAD’s Procasur Africa, South Sudan Forex Bureau PLC in Juba, Kenya Roads Board Fund, National Bank of Kenya, UBA Kenya, Fidelity Commercial Bank Limited, Q-Sourcing Limited from Uganda and BestPack Limited Tanzania among others.
Marube is also an independent Fiscal Consultant and has carried out financial assessments and technical assistance for various grantees and sub-grantees in Kenya such as: CIS-Kenya, Third Race Kenya and OGRA Foundation.
Marube Holds a Bachelor of Commerce degree in Finance from the University of Nairobi; He is a Chartered Accountant, and a member of the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA). He has recently graduated with the Entrepreneurship Development Programme from Strathmore University.
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