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Ghana: Mansa Nettey hands over to new GAB President

Following a productive three-year tenure as the President of the Ghana Association of Banks (GAB) from January 2021, Mrs. Mansa Nettey, who also serves as the Chief Executive Officer of Standard Chartered Bank Ghana Plc, has officially passed the baton to Mr. John Kofi Adomakoh. Mr. Adomakoh, currently the Managing Director of GCB Bank Plc, assumed the role on January 1, 2024, and is set to lead the association for the next three years.

In a parallel development, Mr. Hakeem Ouzzani, the Chief Executive Officer of Societe Generale Ghana, has been elected as the Vice President of the Ghana Association of Banks (GAB). Additionally, Mr. Henry Chinedu Onwuzurigbo, who holds the position of Chief Executive Officer at Zenith Bank Ghana Limited, has been chosen to serve as the Treasurer of the association.

Commenting on her term, Mrs. Nettey said, ‘Despite the economic challenges and issues faced by the industry, we have navigated the obstacles to ensure a recovery of the banking sector and to increase its resilience to future shocks. At this point, I’m pleased to hand over to Mr Kofi Adomakoh, confident that he can continue making significant strides in the industry.

Expressing gratitude upon his election, Mr. John Kofi Adomakoh conveyed his appreciation to the outgoing President and the members of the Governing Council for their dedicated efforts in effectively navigating the challenges faced by the Ghana Association of Banks (GAB). He pledged to foster a spirit of collaboration with his fellow executives and all members of the new Governing Council.

He expressed his desire to work with his colleague MDs in pursuing an agenda that will continue to strengthen the resilience and safety of the Banking sector.

The newly formed Governing Council of the Ghana Association of Banks (GAB) features a distinguished lineup of key industry leaders. Among them are the Managing Directors of prominent banks, including GCB Bank, Ecobank, Stanbic Bank, ABSA Bank Ghana, GTBank Ghana, SG Bank Ghana, Standard Chartered Bank Ghana, Zenith Bank Ghana, Republic Bank Ghana.

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