These company representatives have been trained as trainers for our Compliance Training for Businesses.
Frank Abdulai Iddrisu is Compliance Manager at Jospong Group of Companies and responsible for developing and overseeing control systems to prevent violations on regulatory requirements as well as internal policies. Amongst his tasks are the evaluation of the efficiency of controls and its continuous improvement, periodical revision of strategies and reports to identify hidden risks or nonconformity issues. Thus, he is responsible for the preservation of Jospong Group’s integrity by respecting the lawful and ethical course.
Previously, Frank worked with the Criminal Investigations Department (CID) for ten years as a detective before moving to private sector where he worked with Opportunity International Savings and Loans Limited for six years as an Internal Audit Investigations Manager. Frank is also a founding partner of Applied Principles Consulting Limited, an IT Security and Digital Forensics firm in Ghana. Frank holds a Bachelor’s degree in IT from Open University of Malaysia, a Diploma in Journalism from the Correspondence School of Journalism, Kumasi, a certified Information Systems Auditor (CISA) from ISACA USA, a Cisco Certified Network Associate from Cisco Inc., USA. Furthermore, he is Oracle Certified Associate & -Professional from Oracle University, USA.
Abraham Agbozo is Compliance Counsel at Newmont Ghana Gold Limited. Abraham 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 Marquette University Law School, Wisconsin, U.S.A.
Ronke Ampiah is Director for Pricing, Market Access and Government Affairs at Merck, responsible for North and West Africa. She previously worked as a consultant for PriceSpective (UK), developing pricing and product launch strategies for pharmaceutical companies. She has a Bachelor of Arts in Chemistry from Bryn Mawr College, USA and a Master of Philosophy in Bioscience Enterprise from Cambridge University, UK.
Patrick Kwadzie is the Managing Director of Kenycorb Limited, a marketing management & institutional development company with representation in 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 a Master of Philosophy in Development Studies, a Post-Graduate Diploma in Organisation Development and a Bachelor of Business Administration in Marketing among other qualifications.
Frank Owusu-Ansah is Terminal and Corporate HSSE Manager for APM Terminals Ghana Ltd. He is responsible for managing general health, safety security and environmental risks for APM Terminals and SLA partners in Ghana. Frank worked for Maersk Group in Ghana for over 13 years in different positions. Frank has a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology from the University of Ghana, Master of Science in Logistics Management from St. Clement University, U.K. and also holds advanced certificates in Safety and Security Management from NEBOSH and Control Risk.
Eric Nii Boi Quartey is a Chartered Banker and a Compliance Professional with several years of experience in banking, beginning with the Standard Chartered Bank in 1978, through the erstwhile Metropolitan & Allied Bank (now UT Bank) to Universal Merchant Bank (formerly Merchant Bank Ghana Limited; where Eric left as the Head of Compliance & AMLRO in January 2016. Among others, he set up the Compliance Unit, developed its Compliance Policy and the AML Policy. As an Associate of the Chartered Institute of Bankers (ACIB); he is Ghana’s only Fellow of the International Compliance Association (FICA) of the UK and the current Chief Examiner in the “Law & Practice of Banking” – a final paper in the Associateship Examination of the Chartered Institute of Bankers. Eric is currently a Lead Partner at PREDEQ Consult and Deputy Head of Ghana’s Chapter of the Association of Certified Compliance Practitioners in Africa (ACCPA) – a not-for-profit organization in California. Eric holds a Master of Business Administration in Finance from the Central University in Accra.
Mark Ofori Kwafo was the Head of Procurement, and also served as Project Manager during the acquisition of The Trust Bank by Ecobank Ghana Limited. He is currently involved in Project Monitoring & Evaluation at Ecobank Ghana Limited and holds the position of Environmental and Social Risk Coordinator for Anglophone West Africa. Previously, he has worked with the Electricity Company of Ghana and the Tema Metropolitan Assembly.
Solomon Tettey-Akpeng is the Deputy Country Risk Manager for Ecobank Ghana. His career in the banking sector spans over 30 years, starting from Standard Chartered Bank Ghana Limited. He was once an Executive Director and the Risk Manager for Ecobank Uganda Limited as part of the team that started the Uganda operations of Ecobank from the scratch.