The Star (Nairobi)

Kenya: Trifecta Capital Services Cocktail Launch

For the unemployed Kenyan, the entry of Trifecta Capital Services into the financial markets is a welcome move.The company's core market is assisting banks, insurance companies and listed entities to comply with the requirements of unclaimed assets.

They held a cocktail on Wednesday evening at the Hotel Intercontinental Nairobi, to create awareness of unclaimed assets in a local and international context.

During the cocktail, the company announced its $25 million investment into Kenya with the creation of up to 250 jobs over the next 24 months.

Trifecta CEO Tim Marshall said that 'Kenya offers significant business development opportunities that further strengthen our role in Africa.'

The cocktail was well attended by the business community.

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