Founded in 2012, CediTalk.com offers financial, economic, tax and accounting analysis with a focus on African markets and economies. Other topics covered include technology, education and career.
The mission of CediTalk is to provide investors, policymakers, students and the general public with the information and insight that they need to understand the dynamic financial and economic landscape. In the medium-term CediTalk will offer industry research, financial analysis and investment advice to interested institutions and individuals.
CediTalk was shortlisted for the best Ghanaian blog at the BloggingGhana Social Media and Blogging Awards 2016.
About Jerome Kuseh
Jerome started writing about the Ghanaian economy and financial sector in 2011 while still a student. He started CediTalk.com in 2012 as a way to keep all his analysis in one place after having published previous articles on various online publications.
He graduated UPSA in 2012 with a Bachelor of Science in Accounting and was inducted as an Associate of the Institute of Chartered Accountants, Ghana (ICAG) in 2016 after having passed the final part of the examination in 2015. He also holds a certificate in data journalism and data visualization.
He has worked as a teaching assistant in Financial Management and Financial Accounting, an associate at an audit firm, an accounts assistant, a data analyst and content manager, a digital media executive at one of Africa’s largest business media companies and now an accountant at one of Ghana’s largest group of companies.
Jerome draws from his academic and professional training, industry experience and personal research to present information normally regarded as complex in a simple and understandable way.
If you want to engage him you can see the services he offers here. For more of his professional profile you can check out his LinkedIn. He also writes about politics on his personal blog, JeromeKuseh.com.
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Latest posts by Jerome Kuseh (see all)
- Ghana Government’s Borrowing Plan for Quarter 2 - April 19, 2017
- How Ghana spent oil revenue in first half of 2016 [Infographic] - April 18, 2017
- The 10 worst performing Ghanaian Stocks of Q1 2017 - April 15, 2017