These company representatives have been trained as trainers for our Compliance Training for Businesses.
Frank Abdulai Iddrisu is a Financial Crime Investigator at the Fidelity Bank Ghana Limited. Frank previously had working stints with the Criminal Investigations Department (CID) for ten years as a Crime Detective before moving to the private sector where he worked with Opportunity International Savings and Loans Limited for six years as an Internal Audit Investigations Manager. Frank is also the President, Founder and CEO of FAI Systems & Technologies, an IT service provider in Accra, and the CEO of Deepsea Water and Beverages Limited.
Osman Abudulai is a professional banker with over thirty years of experience in financial services. He is currently Chief Compliance Officer at GCB Bank Limited. Prior to this position, he was Branch Manager and worked with the Treasury Department of GCB Bank. He later became an Investment Analyst at Activity Venture Finance Company. Osman holds a master’s degree in Business Administration (Finance Option) and a bachelor’s degree in Management and Sociology from the University of Ghana. He further holds a diploma in Management from the College of Professional Management in London, UK. Osman is also a member of the Chartered Institute of Bankers Ghana and the Association of Certified Compliance Professionals in Africa.
Abraham Agbozo is Compliance Counsel at Newmont Ghana Gold Limited. He previously worked with the Energy and Natural Resources Group at Bentsi-Enchill Letsa & Ankomah, in Accra and with the M&A Practice Group at Cravath, Swaines & Moore in New York. Abraham has a J. D. from the Marquette University Law School, Wisconsin, U.S.A.
Martin Awuku Ahorney is currently Board Chairman of the Amuga Rural Bank and Associate Partner of EGAS Capital Limited. He previously worked in the mining industry in Ghana and Tanzania where he held various positions in the financial sector. Martin is a chartered management accountant, and has an MBA in Finance and Investments, as well as a Master of Science in Finance (Economic Policy). He is also a member of the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners (ACFE).
Ronke Ampiah is the Lead Consultant at Impact Link Consulting, an impact-focused strategy development company and has over ten years of experience in Market Access and Pricing in the pharmaceutical industry. She previously worked for Merck (Germany) as Market Access, Pricing and Government Affairs Director for North and West Africa and was appointed Compliance Champion for Merck SARL Ghana. Ronke holds an MPhil in Bioscience Enterprise from the University of Cambridge, UK and a B.A. in Chemistry (with honours) from Bryn Mawr College, Pennsylvania, USA.
Patrick Kwadzie is Managing Director of Kenycorb Limited, a marketing management and institutional development company with representation in the Anglo-West African markets. He has previously worked in various capacities for a number of companies, including Rothmans International, GlaxoSmithKline, Kwatsons Ghana Limited and Ernest Chemists. Patrick holds, amongst others, a Master of Philosophy in Development Studies, a Post-Graduate Diploma in Organisational Development and a Bachelor of Business Administration in Marketing.
Frank Owusu-Ansah has worked for Maersk Group of Companies in Ghana since 2003 in different positions. Prior he served as HSSE & Claims Manager Western & Central Africa Area for Damco Logistics and Terminal and Corporate HSSE Manager for APM Terminals Ghana Ltd. Frank holds a Master of Science in Logistics Management from the St. Clement University, U. K., and Masters in Defense & International Politics from the Ghana Armed Forces Command & staff College. He has been further exposed in corporate safety and security risk management where he holds advanced certificates in Safety and Security Management.
Eric Nii Boi Quartey began his career at the Standard Chartered Bank in 1978. He worked for the erstwhile Metropolitan & Allied Bank (now UT Bank) and Universal Merchant Bank where he left as the Head of Compliance & AMLRO in January 2016. Eric is Ghana’s only Fellow of the International Compliance Association (FICA) of the UK and current Chief Examiner in the “Law & Practice of Banking”. He is further Deputy Head of Ghana’s Chapter of the Association of Certified Compliance Practitioners in Africa (ACCPA) – a not-for-profit organisation in California. Eric holds a Master of Business Administration in Finance from the Central University in Accra.
Mark Ofori Kwafo is Regional Environmental and Sustainability Coordinator for Ecobank Anglophone West Africa. Previously he worked as Head of Procurement, and also served as project manager during the Ecobank Ghana and The Trust Bank integration. Prior to his current employment, he had worked with the Electricity Company of Ghana and the Tema Metropolitan Assembly. Mark holds an MBA in Finance from the University of Ghana Business School and a Bachelor of Science (with honours) in Geodetic Engineering from the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, Kumasi, Ghana.
Solomon Tettey-Akpeng was Deputy Country Risk Manager for Ecobank Ghana until his retirement from active service in May 2020. His career in the banking sector spans almost 36 years, starting from the Standard Chartered Bank Ghana Limited. Solomon joined the Ecobank Ghana Limited in July 1996 and was the first Branch Manager of Takoradi branch. After a couple of years in the Consumer Banking Department he took over the role of Head of Trade Services for five years. He further served as Head of the Remedial Unit within the Risk Management department before proceeding on secondment to Ecobank Uganda Limited as the first Country Risk Manager, where he started the Uganda operations of Ecobank from the scratch.