The Board of Superior Homes Kenya has appointed Shiv Arora in the position of chief executive officer, effective August 2020. The CEO position has been created to drive the future growth of Superior Homes, who plan to announce two new projects before the end of this year, in addition to their ongoing real estate development projects on over 150-acres.
Shiv Arora is a well-rounded, seasoned and entrepreneurial professional in the real estate and investment industry, with experience spanning across banking, investment management, private equity and real estate. Shiv will take to Superior Homes his extensive experience in general management, the ability to recognize a good opportunity, translate it into effective strategy and action, engage with teams and stakeholders, and deliver the opportunity. In addition, Superior Homes will benefit from his experience of developing businesses, establishing corporate structures, strong governance practices, and organizational development.
“We are delighted to welcome Shiv to Superior Homes,” said Ian Henderson. “His track record, depth of international and local experience with Citibank, Britam Asset Managers and Cytonn, and his passion around joining our growing business make him an ideal leader. Superior Homes Kenya has developments in Nakuru County, Machakos County and Kilifi County, and is the leader in master-planned real estate developments in East Africa. We are excited to have Shiv take the business to even greater heights.”
In his part, Mr Arora said he had been a fan of Superior Homes for long, and had watched the company grow over the last decade to the leading master planned real estate developer in East Africa. “The concept, quality and delivery model are one with great potential for continued growth and development, in Kenya and also in East Africa,” he said.
In addition to the announcement of Shiv Arora as Chief Executive Offer, Superior Homes also announced the completion and handing over houses to over 500 families in their Greenpark development along Mombasa Road, which are now occupied.