Bassey Daniel can bring significant value and color to your business workshop, seminar, conference or corporate strategy session.
Bassey is a seasoned banker and consultant, with experience in new venture planning, finance and financing, corporate strategy, performance management and business process improvement. He is also an experienced business trainer, facilitator, coach and mentor who has proven to be a valuable resource person at business training and company strategic planning and review sessions.
Bassey heads the Business Strategy and Financial Advisory teams at Venture Vanguard. A seasoned professional and experienced consultant, his banking and consulting experience spans over 20 years. Bassey have managed projects funded by United States Agency for International Development (USAID), Department for International Development (DFID), Overseas Private Investment Corporation (OPIC), the Dutch-funded Stichting Medical Credit Fund (MCF) and many others.
Since 2004 he has been engaged in various entrepreneurial capacity building, private sector development and access to finance projects and initiatives, either as a consultant or as a volunteer. He has worked extensively with business groups and individual businesses in healthcare, banking, microfinance, health insurance and others to build linkages between business segments.
Bassey holds an MBA from IESE Business School in Barcelona, Spain and is a seasoned banker, consultant, mentor, business trainer and facilitator. Over the last 20+ years he has worked with some of the best in the business training industry – designing and delivering dynamic learning programs for diverse target audiences.
He has been a trainer and mentor at FATE Foundation since 2004 and has designed and delivered several training programs on business and finance for several private sector development projects, including USAID’s SHOPS Project and International Fertilizer Development Center (IFDC).
Bassey has undergone several course design, business presentation and public speaking programs, key among which is Designing and Delivering Dynamic Learning (DDDL) by Deborah Laurel Associates of Wisconsin, USA.
He was Mastercard Foundation Scholar at the School of African Microfinance (SAM) in Mombasa, Kenya and participated in the ILO’s Making Microfinance Work program.
His experience in the financial inclusion space includes working with two Nigerian mobile money service providers to build out their agent networks in urban, peri-urban and rural areas.
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