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:: Regional Management
MASLOC has 10 Regional Managers responsible for carrying out strategic direction at their various Regions. The Regions consists of the following:
Western Regional Manager:
Volta Regional Manager:
Eastern Regional Manager:
Brong-Ahafo Regional Manager:
Upper-East Regional Manager:
Upper-West Regional Manager:
Ashanti Regional Manager:
Northern Regional Manager:
McDaniels Nyame holds Bachelor of Education in Social Sciences with specifications in Economics and Geography from University of Cape Coast, Cape Coast. He has several certificates in Project Management, Public Procurement procedures, Retail Banking, Public Sector Management, Responsible Leadership on Transparency and Good Governance.
With six years working experience in Project Management and banking, McDaniels worked as an Assistant Project Officer for Social Investment Fund, Zone 3 (responsible for Western and Central Regions). He later worked with Stanbic Bank Ghana Limited for two years before joining MASLOC as a Regional Manager.
Moreover, he is a member of Chartered Institute of Procurement & Supply (CIPS), UK and an Associate of Young African Leaders Initiative Network. Again, he is a member of Chartered Institute Procurement & Supply (CIPS, UK) and an Associate of Young African Leadership Initiative Network
Justice Appiah holds MBA in General management from University of Sunderland, UK . BA(Hons) In Banking Economics and Law ,London Metropolitan University. Diploma in Management (Banking and Finance Service) from University of Leicester, UK and ( Diploma in shipping management ICM) from Institute of export and shipping management Ghana.
with over years of working experience with Financial and Property Advisor, Fradalit Financial and Property, UK where his duties where, advising clients on secured and unsecured loans. He also worked with Manchester Tutorials Limited, UK as a Supervisor and , Abosomakotere Co-op Union Techiman B/A as the Chairman and part of the Supervisory Team
A dynamic young graduate who sees every challenge as an opportunity to learn and work harder to satisfy his penchant for success, endowed with creativity, strong communication, effective customer service and administrative skills which enables him to work efficiently as part of a team or on his own with no supervision, even at odd house to justify his presence in an organization.
Aziz Suleman obtained his bachelor of Education from University of development studies, Nyankpala campus in 2014 and in 2016, He also holds a Masters of Arts in Leadership and development from University of development studies Wa campus.
He worked with Partners in Poverty Alleviation an NGO as Chief Executive Officer from 2003 to 2005. And also worked with the National Youth Authority as Senior Technical Instructor from 2009 to 2015 and PIER Gold Mining Enterprise as the mandate gold buyer in Ghana.
A consultant in governance, leadership and development, entrepreneurship as well as public policy and administration. In line with this, I have been trained to strategically and practically administrate the day-to-day activities of an Organization, Plan, Organize and Implement top management decisions, Identify viable business enterprises, develop and assess business plan, manage small and medium enterprises, carry out Safety & Accident prevention within an organization, Job scheduling and Supervision, Supervise programs, and Job Training.
"We are committed to growing and developing small and micro businesses through the provision of sustainable microfinance, small loans and business services to Ghanaian entrepreneurs."
"MASLOC provides micro and small loans for start-ups and small businesses with fast, easy and accessible microcredit and small loans to grow and expand their businesses as well as to enhance job and wealth creation."
"The objective of MASLOC is to provide, manage and regulate on fiduciary basis, approved funds for microfinance and small scale credit schemes and programmers and also serve as the apex body of the microfinance sub sector. "