Ernest is a research student with CEDAR. He has considerable experience in the fields of accounting, finance and economics which helps him provide consultancy services to several businesses.
He has received a bachelor's degree in accounting and economics and a Masters degree in finance, both at Oxford Brookes University.
Currently, as a PhD student, Ernest is researching the financial strategies for growth and survival of SMEs in Ghana. Ghana, being a developing country, is faced with several challenges in terms of growth and development - typically in the SME sector. His research will create a robust, strategic framework for effective growth and survival for both start-ups and existing SMEs in Ghana.