Nana Yaw Amponsah-BoaduConsultant
At CDC, Nana Yaw has worked as a project consultant under the Microfinance Companies Capacity Improvement Project (MICCIP). He has undertaken assignments such as the institutional diagnostics of financial institutions, strategic business planning for MFCs, on-site support and the training of MFCs. Nana Yaw has supported in the development and delivery of these trainings under MICCIP; business model definition, Implementing Risk Management framework, Business and Operational performance strengthening, market segmentation analysis, and interest rate determination. Other activities undertaken by Nana Yaw include the development of financial models, concept papers, business proposals, institutional assessments and developing reports on assessments undertaken.
In the area of research and knowledge management, Nana Yaw has actively participated in the development of data collection instruments, analyses and reporting in Financial Inclusion. He is also passionate about Entrepreneurship and Technical and Vocational training for the youth. Nana Yaw has supported young entrepreneurs under the Educata business training coaching young entrepreneurs on how to develop an implementable business plan.
Nana Yaw is actively carving a career in Financial Management and Business Strategy as he believes these two (2) disciplines will help businesses to create sustainable value for all stakeholders. Nana Yaw holds a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from Ashesi University College, Berekuso and is currently undertaking his professional qualification with the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants.