Meet the Speakers

Masimba Mashumba

Masimba is a qualified Chartered Accountant with over 12 years of professional experience working for ASX listed corporates and Big 4 consulting firms. Masimba is a leader in the provision of risk, governance services and works with boards to achieve optimal performance across various industries including Infrastructure, Financial Services, Transport, Healthcare, Government, Education and Utilities. 

Masimba is an advocate for ‘harnessing and cultivating innovation through divergent thinking’ and has written several thought leadership materials on this subject. Masimba in 2018 was awarded Top 25 Skilled Migrants Professionals Australia-wide by the Skilled Migrant Professionals Association.

Masimba is a founding Director of Nhaka Asset Management Investment where he works with investors to formulate investment strategies and build diversified asset portfolios to achieve their financial objectives.

Masimba has a passion to support Africans to invest in Africa and overseas to build a legacy for future generations. He is a seasoned speaker and presents at business seminars on several topics to promote financial literacy within the African community. 

Tendai Mbirimi

Tendai holds a Master’s Degree in Applied Finance and has over 12 years experience in Credit Risk Management, Corporate Banking and Real Estate Finance with leading Australian and International Banks. He has successfully funded & managed large real estate debt exposures for some of Australia’s leading REITs and property development projects.

Tendai is a founding Director of Nhaka Asset Management where he works with various investment groups to formulate strategies to build wealth through investing in commercial & specialised property. He has successfully partnered with a number of African-Australian investment groups to build diversified property portfolios in South Africa and Australia.

Tendai has a passion for working with the African-Australian community to build long term wealth that will pass to future generations (“Kuvaka Nhaka”) by harnessing the power of information & knowledge sharing.