Ghana Stock Exchange StanChart boss appointed Ghana Stock Exchange Chairman

Mr. Bedu-Addo takes over form Dr. Sam Mensah whose term of office as Chairman of the Exchange ended in July 2016.

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Chief Executive Officer of Standard Chartered Bank, Kweku Bedu-Addo has been appointed Chairman of the Ghana Stock Exchange.

Mr. Bedu-Addo takes over form Dr. Sam Mensah whose term of office as Chairman of the Exchange ended in July 2016.

Mr Bedu-Addo's career has been in Public Policy, International Development, and Banking & Finance, joining the Standard Chartered Bank in the year 2000 and rose through the ranks to become the company’s first Ghanaian CEO in 2010.

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Other senior roles he has held include Co-Head, Wholesale Bank in Zambia (2004) and West Africa (excluding Nigeria (2009) and was based in Singapore as a Program Director for a Global Project from 2007 to 2009.

He was a recipient of the prestigious Wholesale Bank Global Star Awards in 2007.

Mr Bedu-Addo's current role was expanded in 2015 to Chief Executive Officer, West Africa Cluster 2, which include Ghana, Gambia and Sierra Leone. He is also on the Africa - Middle East Regional Management Team.

He is Vice President of the  Ghana Bankers Association, Advisory Board Chairman for the University of Ghana’s Institute of Applied Sciences, and a member of the  Advisory Board of the  University of Ghana Business School.

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