Paul Mante is the deputy head of Ecobank Development Corporation (EDC) Investments and leads the business development of the bank’s asset management operations. His company manages over $260 million, and has designed and launched three collective investment schemes.
Before joining EDC, the 40-year-old served as the head of asset management at SEM Capital Management and as an associate consultant with the management consulting firm SEM International Associates.
Paul is on a mission to help many to effectively manage their personal finances and use it as an asset to build investment portfolios. His mission is that financial independence is possible especially in Africa where many think it’s not a possible venture. His financial independence clinics and speaking engagements lay emphasis on building short and long term investments that has the capacity to create financial freedom irrespective of your financial background, knowledge or expertise.
He has been instrumental in creating a mindset of possibility in the lives of many in relation to financial freedom. I had an opportunity to attend one of his financial independence clinics and I must say it’s worth every penny to listen to Paul. His practical approach and thought provoking message on the importance of financial independence and it’s possibility is an asset to anyone that has the opportunity to hear him speak.
Hence I will recommend that you make a date with him on the 3rd of May at the British Council, Accra at 5pm where he launches three of his books;
● Foundation for Financial Independence
● Financial Independence is Possible
● Operation One Million Ghana Cedis
I believe it will be worthwhile to attend this book launch as the book titles sounds interesting.
Paul always tells me, Oscar nothing is impossible, we are our own limitations. Understanding this means going the extra mile drives an impossible venture to a possible one. It’s all in the mind and once you succeed in your mind, then it will possible to succeed in real life scenario.
Hope to see you at the book launch of Paul Kofi Mante.
It’s always possible if only you believe.