Economist and Investment Banker, Kwame Pianim, is calling for the competence and moral integrity of persons managing financial institutions.

According to him, this will help reduce the troubles and probable collapse of such institutions that are entrusted with investors’ funds.

Speaking at the recent Tesah Capital Dialogue Series on Investment on the topic: “Investing in Ghana: My Journey and Lessons”, Mr. Painim said “now people are dealing in money market instruments, government bonds and private placements. How do we avoid institutions whom we entrust these funds to? Check the competence and moral integrity of those in charge, but that’s not enough.”

“Those also at the bottom (junior workers) need to be people and persons with integrity”, he added.

The ‘Investment Dialogue’ series is an initiative by Tesah Capital, a platform that the company is using as a vehicle to enhance the knowledge of the Ghanaian public about investment opportunities and pitfalls.

Tesah Capital is an asset management company in Ghana, providing investment management and advisory services to pension trustees, financial and non-financial institutions, corporate organisations and individuals.



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