Nicholas Odima Odongo
Group Scheme AdvisorOld Mutual KenyaNairobiKenya More

Old Mutual Kenya (OMK), is part of the long-term savings and investment business of Old Mutual plc, started doing business in Kenya in the late 1920’s. The Old Mutual Group is an international long-term savings, protection and investment business, founded in South Africa in 1845 and operates primarily under the Old Mutual and Skandia brands, in Africa, Europe, the Americas and Asia. We help over 15 million customers achieve their financial goals in 33 countries. Old Mutual plc is listed on the London Stock Exchange and Johannesburg Stock Exchange, among others. Here at Old Mutual Kenya, we have a saying that displays our commitment to making a difference in the lives of Kenyans. This saying is Rafiki Halisi - Swahili for "a genuine friend". We are here to help you achieve your financial goals. Our variety of products offers a wide array of choices tailored to suit the needs of the Kenyan investor. We firmly believe in the hope of a better future and will avoid all behaviour that may steer us away from our common goal. We will stay focussed on our customers and communities, allowing mutual respect and caring to chart the way forward. A genuine friend - in times of need and in times of wealth.


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2011 Stima SACCO Society Ltd Stima SACCO was established in 1974. It was formed to act as a means of facilitating savings and to provide affordable credit to employees of the then east African Power & Lighting Company. The Society is therefore 40 years old. On the other hand the society responded to members banking needs and introduced the Front Office Service Activity (FOSA) in April 2003 to offer basic banking Services to members
2013 to date:Business Consultant at Apache Capital.Seasoned trainer of Enterprise Risk Management,Management of Non-profit Organizations,Management of Service Organizations and Social Capital.
2014 to date:Group Scheme Advisor,Old Mutual Kenya.
2014 to date Group Scheme Advisor,Old Mutual Kenya.
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