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Over the years, the property sector in Kenya has experienced constant change and reformation sparking interest from Kenyans and investors to venture into and benefit from its merits. At the core of its operations, government policies and legislation- both fiscal and monetary have played a huge impact towards hindering or boosting the industry and influencing the prices of real estate in Kenya.

Some of the legislations that have been passed and shaped the sector since include but not limited to:

· The Finance Act of 2022 (Finance Act) which has amended the Income Tax Act (ITA), by increasing the rate of capital gains tax (CGT) from 5 percent to 15 percent. This increase took effect on 3rd January 2023.

· Sectional Properties Act 2020 which seeks to sub-divide buildings into units to be owned by individual proprietors and common property to be owned jointly by the proprietors as tenants in common.

· Affordable Housing Regulations that made contributions to the National Housing Development Fund voluntary under the Affordable Housing Program

However, the uptake of these regulations and policy changes has been marred by lack of clear communication and concise guidelines on the implementation front with most sector players decrying the tough timelines set to meet these terms.

Nevertheless, in a sector that is linked with the overall performance of the economy, real estate investors need to adhere to these policy issues as this is will not only influence investment and development decisions but also help to manage risks because such regulations help determine demand and supply of real estate in the market as well as identify trends.

Join us on 31st January 2023 from 7:00 -10:30 am at Park Inn by Radisson-Westlands, Nairobi as we engage key stakeholders in government and the private sector to understand the Impact of Government Regulations on the Business Environment.

We look forward to seeing you there!


7:30 AM - 8:00 AM
KPDA Secretariat will check-in attendees
Guests take their Breakfast and settle in at the venue
Networking ahead of the day's formalities
8:00 AM - 8:10 AM
Welcoming Remarks
Welcoming of guests and officially opening the KPDA CEO Breakfast by KPDA Board Vice Chairman
8:10 AM - 8:30 AM
Presentation by the Silver Sponsor- Gatsby Africa
Presentation by Gatsby Africa
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8:30 AM - 8:40 AM
Health Break
Panelists prepare for the panel discussion as attendees take a health break
8:40 AM - 9:55 AM
9:55 AM - 10:15 AM
Q&A Session to Panelists
Invite questions/comments from attendees for the panelists
10:15 AM - 10:25 AM
Vote of Thanks/Networking/Departure
KPDA Board Representative to give the closing remarks and close the session. Attendees can network and connect with business cards afterwards.


  • Anne Muchiri (Director of Rozana Properties)

    Anne Muchiri

    Director of Rozana Properties

    Anne is a founding director of KPDA and is the Convenor of the KPDA Institutional Strengthening Committee.

    She is the Managing Director of Rozana Properties Ltd, a company engaged in development and sale of residential homes.

    Anne is an Advocate of the High Court of Kenya

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  • Eng. Maurice Akech, MBS (Executive Director/Registrar of Contractors at National Construction Authority (NCA))

    Eng. Maurice Akech, MBS

    Executive Director/Registrar of Contractors at National Construction Authority (NCA)


    Eng. Akech is the Executive Director of the National Construction Authority whose overall mandate is to oversee and coordinate the development in the construction industry.

    He previously served the Authority in the capacity of the General Manager for Research, Training and Capacity Building where his main role was to spearhead and provide leadership in the construction Industry on research, training and capacity building activities as well as consultancy and advisory services that promote its development, coordination and growth.

    He is a professional engineer registered with the Engineer’s Board of Kenya and a corporate member of the Institution of Engineers of Kenya.

    He holds a Master’s degree in Construction Engineering and Management (CEM) and Bachelors of Science degree in Civil Engineering (CE) both from Jomo Kenyatta University of
    Agriculture and Technology, Kenya.

    Eng. Akech has experience spanning over 22 years in design, construction supervision and management as well as leadership in the construction industry. He has worked on mega housing and civil engineering, infrastructure and telecommunications projects in various capacities with government as well as international and local companies.

    Some of the companies he has worked for prior to joining NCA include Safaricom Ltd, Gibb Africa and Howard Humphreys Consulting Engineers.

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  • Patrick Analo Akivaga (Chief Officer-Urban Development & Planning at City County of Nairobi)

    Patrick Analo Akivaga

    Chief Officer-Urban Development & Planning at City County of Nairobi

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  • Mohsin Adamjee (Partner at Adamjee Auditors)

    Mohsin Adamjee

    Partner at Adamjee Auditors


    Mohsin Adamjee is a Partner at Adamjee Auditors CPA’s. He holds a Masters in Professional Accountancy from University of London in addition to being a CPA(K) and ACCA. His expertise is in Audit, Tax and accounting solutions in the real estate sector.

    He has worked with big companies in the real estate sector assisting them in streamlining their accounting as well as helping them in tax planning.

    Adamjee Auditors has offices based in Nairobi and Mombasa and is a member firm of SFAI International
    the 17th largest global network with 315 offices globally.

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  • Michael Muthengi (Country Manager at Business Partners International)

    Michael Muthengi

    Country Manager at Business Partners International


    Michael holds a Master degree in Business Entrepreneurship from Pan Africa Christian University in Kenya. He worked in the banking industry for over 20 years before joining Business Partners International as the Country Manager, Kenya in 2021.
    He worked with SME’s for most of his banking career and is also well versed with Asset Finance and Leasing. He also has a passion for leaders and shares his thoughts around personal visioning in his spare time.

    Michael worked for NIC Bank, CFC Bank before its merge with Stanbic, KCB Bank, Commercial Bank of Africa and shortly with NCBA Bank Kenya before joining BPI Kenya.

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Members Ticket

This ticket is for KPDA Members only

Standard Price KSh4,640
Non-Members Ticket

This ticket is open to non-members

Standard Price KSh7,540


Park Inn by Radisson

Nairobi, Kenya

If you have any questions please contact Yvonne Ndegwa

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