Name: Wilson Ngigi
Department: Commercial Law
School: School of Law
Area of Specialization: Comparative securities (Regulation) and whistleblowing law
Contact Address: 6-60100
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Wilson Ngigi holds Doctor of Philosophy in Law from the University of Liverpool (Liverpool, England), Master in Corporate Finance Law from the University of Westminster (Distiction) (London, England) and Bachelor of Laws Degree from Nairobi University. He is an Advocate of the High Court of Kenya, with over 10 years of experience in Kenya and England. He is a Registered Foreign Lawyer in England and Wales and a member of the Law Society of England. Wilson is a part qualified Chartered Certified Accountant (ACCA 3.5) and Associate of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators-Kenya.
Securities/Capital markets Law, Whistleblowing & Employment Law, Economic Analysis of law, Tax law, Corporate Insolvency Law, Corporate Governance, money laundering, corruption and white collar crime.
Presentation of Papers at Academic and Professional Conferences
- Wilson Ngigi, “Whistleblowing Law in Kenya: Incentives and Disincentives” (ICPAK & Amnesty International Kenya joint whistleblower program- Professional Integrity & Human Rights (21 September 2020 -21 October 2020)
- Wilson Ngigi, “Rethinking the development of securities whistleblowing: Lessons for Kenya from the US & Canada” University of Manchester Private and Commercial Law conference. (23-25 January 2018)
- Panellist at Hillsborough law symposium Liverpool on the Proposed Hillsborough Law (15th February 2017)
- Wilson Ngigi, “Financial incentives for whistleblowing” (University of Liverpool Annual Conference 14-15 June 2016)