Rev. Daniel Ogbarmey Tetteh

Rev. Daniel Ogbarmey Tetteh is the Director-General of the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). He also serves on the Financial Stability Advisory Board, the Board of National Pensions Regulatory Authority, the Board of Ghana Investments and Securities Institute and the Executive Council of the West Africa Securities Regulatory Association.

Prior to his appointment as the Director General of SEC, Rev. Tetteh spent over twenty (20) years working with one of the leading investment banking firms in Ghana, Databank Group, where he played various roles including Head of Research and Head of Asset Management.

Rev. Tetteh lectured briefly in Marketing at the University of Ghana Business School from 1996 to 1998 and was also a facilitator in a Case Study in a Corporate Finance class at the Harvard Business School in 2008. Rev. Tetteh is very enthusiastic about financial literacy and has been a regular speaker at various seminars held in workplaces, town halls, universities/training colleges and churches throughout all the regions of Ghana. He has written two books including a bestseller titled ’31 Days to Financial Independence’ and other several articles to his credit.