Summit Consulting appoints a new Director: Pius Babyesiza

KAMPALA – 1st May 2020.

Summit Consulting Ltd,, a professional services firm offering proactive forensics and fraud management services, corporate strategy, and risk advisory and IT security services is pleased to announce the appointment of a new Director, Pius Babyesiza.

Pius is a Chartered Accountant and Change Management Expert with more than 13 years of experience in finance, leadership, and fraud risk management. Pius started his career at Ernst & Young CPAs and his outstanding work has taken him to various companies in different sectors including agriculture, energy, manufacturing, and finance.

Before joining Summit Consulting, he served as Chief Operations Officer for Uganda Tea Corporation Ltd, a leading exporter of Tea and Coffee in Uganda.

“After a thorough search, I am excited to welcome Pius to the Summit Consulting family at a Director level, as part of our succession planning strategy for the firm. I have known Pius as a man of good values and principles, who like me, completes whatever he starts. He brings a wealth experience and multi-dimensional skills that enable one to examine business from a bird’s view thereby offering pragmatic insights and not theory”, said Mustapha B. Mugisa, the Founding Director.

Pius is also a Certified Public Accountant, Certified Fraud Examiner, and IT Security specialist. He is currently studying for his MBA at Herriott Watt University. He is a great addition to the already rich team at Summit Consulting Ltd, which boasts of a regional outlook and clientele.

At Summit Consulting, Pius will champion our proactive Forensics, Security & Fraud business arms.

“It’s a privilege to be part of a professional services firm that delivers high-quality services and innovative solutions to the very best of clients,” said Pius. “I look forward to joining the winning Summit Consulting team that focuses on transforming the client’s condition.”

At Summit Consulting, we transform the clients’ condition in three defined areas – Forensics (know who did what), Advisory (score many goals – grow revenue and do not concede – incur unnecessary costs) and Security (protect your intellectual property and don’t be a victim of cybercrime).

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