Integrity Fund Management Limited has put together a day’s training programme to sharpen the managerial skills of managers and members of A-G Co-operative Savings and Social Services Union Limited, known as AGASSSCO.
The primary objective of the training is to sharpen their managerial skills and human resource capabilities, and also to ensure efficiency in their quest to manage funds of members of the union.
The members were taken through topics like, Liquidity Management, Compliance/Anti-Money Laundering Guidelines, and Loan Delinquency.
Dr. James Yeboah Ameyaw, Head, Business Development of Integrity Fund Management Limited, who took members through the Liquidity Management and Loan Delinquency topics, said the training would enable each participant to appreciate and understated the basics and certain complexities associated with the topics along with its implementation.
The CEO of Integrity Management Fund Management Limited, Sylvester Antwi, in an exclusive interview with the Business & Financial Times, mentioned that as a fund management company, it is always prudent to identify their potential clients and offer some cushion in the area of training for them to ensure efficiency in their pursuit to prudently manage people’s funds.
“When you offer such training for these potential clients, it boosts their confidence in you, they become comfortable with you, and they will be ready to give you their funds for you to manage for them”, he stressed.
According to him the topics are carefully chosen to suit their interest, and deal with the challenges that confront them, particularly in the area of loan delinquencies, and to teach them the strategies to adopt to be able to manage the loans they give to their members.
He added that considering the general investment culture now, there is no confidence, so it is important for fund managers to strategise to build the confidence of potential investors through education, and that is what IFML is committed to do.
He emphasised that the education is a long-term strategy to build the confidence of their prospective clients, which they intend to do every quarter and pay monthly visits to their work places to build a stronger relationship for business sustainability.
Mr. Antwi is very optimistic that these strategies will put IFML at an enviable pedestal, and anticipates that IFML will become a household name in the capital market industry, and is working extremely hard with his able team for IFML to become a number one investment bank in Ghana.
Integrity Fund Management Limited is a SEC regulated institution which has operated for about 10 years within the capital market. IFML addresses the investment needs of individuals, corporate organisational SMEs associations, welfare groupings etc., with their tailored services and solutions.
At IFML, they take a comprehensive approach to managing, building and protecting investors’ financial assets.
Their services include, Full-scale Investment Advisory, Asset Allocation and Diversifications, Equity Capital Market research and Debt Capital Market research.
IMFL integrated approach to Fund Management hinges on four strong pillars – Safety, Liquidity, Compliance and Profitability.
IMFL has a very sophisticated team with a combined skill of several years of experience with varied background in Finance, Economics, and Statistics Accounting.