Seth has ten (10) years post-degree work experience covering international trade arrangement, business automation, working capital planning, fundraising and training. He has spent four (4) years in consulting practice. In CDC Group, he currently works in the Research and Knowledge Management Service line. His expertise cuts across project management, institutional diagnostics & coaching, research in financial services sector, entrepreneurship training and social performance management.
In joining CDC, Seth has been in charge of project resource management, project assignment scheduling, progress monitoring and reporting under the Microfinance Companies Capacity Improvement Project (MICCIP). Other related assignments Seth undertook include institutional diagnostics and reporting, research in microfinance business and delivery of hands-on support to senior management teams of institutions.
Seth is trained in Social Performance Management (SPM), Client Protection Principles (CPP) and SPI4 Audit. Seth has undertaken social performance audit among a number of microfinance companies and reported on results to stakeholders including CERISE for certification; designed concepts towards institutionalizing SPM Benchmarking for the Ghanaian Microfinance Industry. Trainings facilitated include Business Model Definition, Market Segmentation Analysis and Responsible Inclusive Finance.
Seth is a Licentiate Member of Chartered Institute of Administrators and Management Consultants (CIAMC). He also holds a Master’s degree in Finance and a Bachelor’s degree in Accounting from the University of Ghana Business School, Legon.