Peter Ndegwa Biology
Peter Ndegwa is the former head director of Guinness Nigeria Breweries Plc, the head of Diageo’s operations in Europe He was the first African to maintain the position of the head of operations in Diageo. Ndegwa took over this position in July and he has been working in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. Diageo is a British global organization that makes alcoholic beverages. Its subsidiaries include Hennessy and Guinness Ghana Breweries. Diageo owns part of East African Breweries Limited.
Peter Ndegwa Age
Peter is a very private person when it comes to his personal details. Thus details of his exact age are still not known to the public. We will be sure to update you if any information on his arises.
Peter Ndegwa Family
After doing our research, details about his parents are not available and it is also not known if he has any siblings.
He is married to Jemmimah Ndegwa. While in an interview with the Business Daily, in 2015, Ndegwa commended his wife for being understanding and supportive of his career which required him to move around the world a lot.
“She has had to sacrifice a part of her own career as a marketer to raise our son,” he said, adding that “…I committed to be present for my family. I never leave my family when I move jobs, I travel with them.”
The couple is blessed with one kid, a son by the name Ryan. However, nothing much is known about their son as they have kept him off the limelight.
Peter Ndegwa Education
Ndegwa is an accountant with an MBA from the London Business School and a Bachelor’s degree from the University of Nairobi. He joined Diageo in 2004 as the strategy director for East African Breweries Limited (EABL). Before joining EABL, Ndegwa worked at PwC where he was the sales director between 2006 and 2008. The new general manager of Diageo Europe also headed Guinness Ghana Breweries between 2011 and 2015.
Peter Ndegwa Career
Peter is credited with the development of an affordable-beer strategy for EABL resulting in the production of new brands such as Senator beer. Senator beer became one of the most successful innovations by Diageo that has been featured in the Harvard Business Review. He started his career at PwC, the global consulting firm, where he worked for 11 years. He is also a Certified Public Accountant and a member of the Institute of Certified Public Accountants of Kenya (ICPAK).
He joined worldwide counseling firm PwC as a specialist in 1996 and migrated to London, UK, under the company’s ability improvement program. After three years, he progressed from the Accountancy practice to the Consulting and Corporate Finance Unit at PwC.
In 2002, Ndegwa came back to Kenya and took a shot at a few corporate warning assignments, generally in the money related administrations part, giving administrations, for example, vital exchange exhortation, due constancy, valuation, monetary arranging and displaying, and critical undertaking initiative and the board.
He at that point joined East African Breweries Limited (EABL), a Diageo auxiliary situated in Nairobi, as Strategy Director in 2004; a job where he guided the improvement of a moderate lager methodology which saw the formation of Senator Keg.
During his spell at EABL, Peter Ndegwa was additionally credited with driving huge business improvement plans including the obtaining of Serengeti Breweries Limited, a significant backup in Tanzania, and unwounding a perplexing shareholding structure with SAB Miller (presently ABI) in both Kenya and Tanzania.
Peter Ndegwa Diageo
In his current role, Peter oversees the operations of Diageo PLC in 50 countries in Western and Eastern Europe, Russia, Middle East and North Africa region. He had previously served for seven years as CEO in Guinness Nigeria PLC and Guinness Ghana Breweries PLC.
Peter Ndegwa Safaricom
On 24th October 2019, he was appointed as the company’s Chief Executive Officer effective April 1, 2020. He joins Safaricom from Diageo PLC where he is the Managing Director of Diageo Continental Europe. He is set to replace former CEO Bob Collymore who succumbed to cancer on July 1, 2019 at the age of 61.
Guiness Nigeria Breweries
When he took over Guinness Nigeria Breweries in July 2015, the company was undergoing a tough time thanks to declining oil prices which were in turn negatively affecting the country’s economy. Ndegwa turned the situation around through the diversification of products and a rights issue to boost growth.
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Peter Ndegwa Net Worth
Ndegwa’s Net worth is still not known to the public. But judging from his lifestyle and his profession he has a great deal of wealth.