From 2011 - present
• He is the founder and chairperson of AIMS capital associates.
• He is a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators (CIArb)-London and Chairs the National Task Force for the establishment of CIArb Rwanda Branch.
He is member of the Rwanda Bar Association, Tanzania Bar Association and the East African Law Society.
• Between 2014 and 2015, he served as a Legal Expert on a World Bank funded program for corporatization of the former Energy, Water and Sanitation Authority (EWSA), legally transforming it into a Rwanda Energy Group (REG) with two subsidiaries (Energy Development-EDCL) and Energy Utilities Corporation-EUCL. He also helped in the creation of the Rwanda Water and Sanitation Corporation (WASAC) , including development of all governance instruments, drafting of the prime minister's order on separation of assets, disengagement of staff from public to private sector stature, organizational restructuring and staffing. He currently represents the numerous financial sector actors in the role ranging from project financing negotiations to dispute settlement systems.
From 2009 - 2011
He was the deputy Secretary General of the East African Community in-charge of economic planning, Financial sector integration, infrastructure development, Investment Promotion and private sector development, among others.
During his tenure of Office as Deputy Secretary General-EAC he concluded negotiations and ratification of the EAC common market protocol and launched negotiations for the EAC monetary and union. He also initiated two key programs funded by the World Bank Group, namely:
• EAC Financial Sector Reform and Development Program (FSRDP)- 9 years program
• EAC Investment Climate Reform Program
From 2004 - 2008
He was the special representative of Rwanda to the United Nations International Criminal tribunal for Rwanda
From 1998 - 2003
• He was the Head of legal reform and modernization program in the Rwanda Revenue Authority
• Visiting Lecturer at the University of Rwanda and the Institute of Legal Practice and Development (ILPD).