The microcredit company licensed by the Bank of Ghana as a Micro-Credit Institution under the Non-Bank Financial Institutions, announced the appointment of Romeo Richlove Kweku Seshie, has the new Chief Executive Officer of Quick Credit and Investment Micro-Credit Limited.
The former General Manager of the same company, is an astute financial Analyst, Auditor and Professional Accountant with over 10 years experience in the finance industry.
On his appointment, he said, “It has been a tough journey for us at Quick Credit but we survived it. 10 years in good standing and counting.”
“I remain committed to this new role. I am looking forward to a more dynamic, game-changing and impactful leadership.”
“2020 is a great year, a new phase for us will begin. It will see us serving clients even better. Together with the abled management and staff, I am confident of some big wins,” he continued.
Outgoing CEO of Quick Angels, Richard Nii Armah Quaye, who is also the founder of the company said, “it has become necessary to hand over the baton at this time of our business. We have grown awesomely and we are thriving.”
“I am very poised that the new CEO will take the business to the finish line. I guarantee him my full support anytime.”
Mr Seshie who used to be the second-in-command to Mr Armah Quaye, played a key role in preparing senior management strategic plans, providing financial analysis and leadership, spearheaded and implemented balanced and sound strategies while ensuring financial stability.
Quick Credit has an over 30,000 client base and employs over 300 Ghanaians.
The company was incorporated on December 9, 2011, licensed by Bank of Ghana to operate as a Micro Credit Institution under the Non-Bank Financial Institutions (NBFI) Act with 21 branches in Ghana, specifically; 13 branches in Accra and eight branches in Kumasi.