PwC Kenya proudly announces the admission of Isaac Otolo to the partnership, effective 1 July 2021. Isaac’s primary focus is in providing Infrastructure Advisory, Corporate Finance and Transactions Advisory services to clients in Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda, Rwanda, Zambia and the Horn of Africa. His admission to PwC Kenya’s partnership reflects his position as the firm’s Transaction Advisory Leader for the region.
“Isaac’s admission is aligned to PwC’s global strategy of investing in purpose-led, values-driven services,” commented Peter Ngahu, Regional Senior Partner. “In practice, this means that we are relentlessly client-focused, powered by human insight and technologies like data analytics. Isaac is focused on cutting through complexity to serve clients in the region, building his team and collaborating with other business units at PwC to create value and deliver quality to clients.”
Isaac’s areas of expertise include business valuations, transactions advisory, due diligence investigations, capital raising, debt restructuring and infrastructure advisory. With experience working on engagements in over 17 countries in Africa, and drawing upon his significant experience in the infrastructure sector, Isaac is a notable speaker and panellist on infrastructure-related forums in the region and regularly authors thought leadership in the field.
“As Transaction Advisory Leader, Isaac has a proven ability to identify opportunities for creating value in a wide variety of transactions,” commented Muniu Thoithi, Advisory Leader in the eastern Africa region. “Investors and organisations looking for commercially viable and attractive deals in this part of the world have worked with Isaac and his team as trusted business advisors.
His admission to the partnership is a recognition of this effort, and also an indication of our confidence in the potential for value-driven deals going forward. “Isaac brings deep and value-adding insight to his clients. He has also been recognized for leading and developing his team, who support him in delivering quality work consistently,” concluded Thoithi.