First Mutual Capital was founded January 2015 in the United Kingdom to accelerate the development of local and international capital markets for the benefit of businesses delivering deep social and environmental impact. Since launch, we have been committed to delivering best-in-class investment services that unlock the capital needed to fuel the rapid and sustainable growth of businesses committed to positively impacting the lives of low-income populations is possible.First Mutual Capital has a significant presence in sub-Saharan where we work with a number of microfinance institutions.
We leverage our human and financial resources to provide operational and strategic support to our clients.
To be the investment partner of choice for institutions seeking to invest in microfinance institutions in West-Africa
To be a catalyst for economic development by providing business and financial support to microfinance institutions in West – Africa, and deliver superior risk adjusted returns to our stakeholders.
Mr Ademola has a master’s Degree in Business Administration in International Finance and Economic Development from the University of Stirling, Scotland. Ademola has considerable experience in: Credit and Micro Finance Operations and Management, Mobilization of savings for deposits, Training and curriculum development, Capacity building for Organizations involved in Microfinance. Ademola has good management skills and has a strategic approach on microfinance development issues. He has considerable experience in capacity building and the development of micro credit institutions.
Godfrey Crentsil – is the Executive Director of the Financial Inclusion Advocacy Centre (UK AND GHANA). Godfrey has extensive experience in deposit mobilisation and curriculum development. Godfrey is also an experienced facilitator and organiser. He was the facilitator for the recent Financial Inclusion Summit in Ghana that was attended by a number of international investors and participants from West Africa. The Microfinance Association work in collaboration with the Financial Inclusion Advocacy Centre.
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