Anchorage Limited

By / April 21, 2015




Today, individuals and organizations increasingly face complex challenges created by unpredictable operating environments in all business matters including Real Estate and Finance. Optimal achievement of business objectives depend on how environmental threat and opportunities profile is analyzed and handled. Only few organizations have the wherewithal to manage these nuances.

Opportunities abound in Africa and beyond but constraints owing to inept customer service and inadequate financial advisory do not allow investors and individuals exploit the potential gains.

At Anchorage we provide the critical bridge with a view to maximizing the outcomes of shifting complex business variables. We help you identify and execute innovative ways to transform complexities into true competitive advantages.

 Stage of the business

  • All business concepts & practices have been put in place. Anchorage is currently operational. Marketing is the word now

Year of inception

  • Year 1

Geographical areas of operation

  • Nairobi, Kenya

Sectors

  • Real Estate & Financial Advisory

 

 Management Team

JACQUELINE WAWERU

The Managing Director of the Anchorage, she is passionate about win-win situations in business and life. Jacqueline believes individuals and corporations should get value for their money.

She has worked extensively in financial planning, securities and investment sector mainly with State Street Global Inc. based New Jersey, USA. Locally she has worked in compliance and policy departments of Public Procurement Oversight Authority. She has also undertaken independent contractor assignments for clients especially in regard to project management and business planning.

Born in Kenya, she is a USA educated with a Master of Business Administration in Forensic Accounting from Rider University and Bachelor of Science Degree in Accounting from Kean University, both in New Jersey. She is also a Certified Fraud Examiner.

PETER WERE

One of the founder directors of the Anchorage, Peter is guided by the twin philosophy of “adding value to value added’; and continuous improvement through diversity and inclusivity, Peter is passionate about business performance improvement.

Peter has worked both in Kenya ( mostly at East African Breweries) and USA variously as an accountant, sales and distribution manager, business developer-performance improvement and as an independent contractor and trainer mainly with small and medium size enterprises with a focus on financial planning and business performance improvement with a view to enhance growth and profitability.

He holds a Master of Business Administration degree from Edinburgh Business School, a Bachelor of Commerce degree from University of Nairobi and is a Certified Public Accountant (CPA), Kenya .He also completed Uniform CPA examination, USA. Regarding quality management, he holds a certificate in Total Quality Management from University of South Africa.

Target Market

  • Real Estate-Middle income to high income earners
  • Financial Advisory-Small Medium Enterprises to corporate

Value Proposition

To attract, hire, acquire, develop and, most importantly, retain the best and most talented people in the world to, and more so a people with the highest ideals of loyalty, integrity, excellence, client service and respect, act as one in helping our clients identify, devise reliable, value-adding and growth oriented solutions for them, and then deliver those solutions expeditiously and efficiently.

In short: Reliability.Value. Growth


Contacts

  • +254 715 167080-Jacqueline
  • +254 713 297772-Peter




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