Panel discussion: Micro Financing the region's growth
Emmanuel Bekoe (SPEED Funding Facility), Charles Amonoo (Dwadifo Adanfo) and Stephan Antoh (First Capital Plus)

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About Emmanuel Bekoe

Emmanuel Bekoe is the Fund Manager of SPEED Funding Facility (SFF) of the German International Corporation. Previously Emmanuel was the Management Accountant at Opportunity International Savings & Loans and an Associate Consultant with the Chartered Accountants J. Mills Lamptey,, Assistant Finance Manager at New Life Services and Agribusiness Consultant, Amex Int.

About Charles Amonoo

Charles Amonoo is a seasoned professional who has extensive entrepreneurial and business development experience with particular focus on Microfinance and related sectors. He has been the driving force behind the success of Dwadifo Adanfo to date and continues to create and maintain significant market share and business focus for the organisation. He has a unique management style and is able to get staff and clients to buy into any idea and help carry it through to its intended objective.

About Stephan Antoh

Stephan Antoh is responsible for the Corporate Affairs, Legal and Human Resources division of First Capital Plus. Until March 2009, he was an Associate in the Litigation and Dispute Resolution Department of Bentsi-Enchill, Letsa & Ankomah, a law firm in Ghana. Stephan had a stint with First Atlantic Merchant Bank prior to joining First Capital Plus in August 2009. He has a post graduate L.L.B. from the Ghana Law School and a B.A Degree in Theatre Studies and History, with a specialisation in Radio and Television production. He is a member of the Ghana Bar Association.