• 30-30
    Oct 2019
    Theme:
    Sustaining Financial and Economic Stability; The Key Priorities
    Tang Palace Hotel, Accra | Time: 8:00am
    30
    Oct

The Ghana Economic Forum was incepted in 2012 to bring together captains of industry and thought leaders to discuss and debate key issues affecting the Ghanaian economy and offer solutions to enhance the country’s economic development plans. The forum remains the foremost creative force for engaging the country’s top business leaders in collaborative activities to shape the country’s economic agenda. For six years, the Ghana Economic Forum’s mission has driven policies aimed at steering the country’s economy in the right path. The event aims at bringing out new thinking and policy alternatives to help shape the country’s agenda for economic growth.

Establishment of the Ghana Infrastructure Investment Fund: The idea to establish the GIIF was postulated at the 3rd. edition of the GEF. The GIIF was subsequently set up with the mandate to mobilize, manage, coordinate and provide financial resources for investment in diversified portfolio of infrastructure projects in Ghana.
Energy Sector Levy: Prior to the introduction of the energy sector levy, the idea and modalities of same was extensively discussed at the 4th edition of the GEF held in Accra.
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About Ghana Economic Forum (GEF)


The Ghana Economic Forum was incepted in 2012 to bring together captains of industry and thought leaders to discuss and debate key issues affecting the Ghanaian economy and offer solutions to enhance the country’s economic development plans. The forum remains the foremost creative force for engaging the country’s top business leaders in collaborative activities to shape the country’s economic agenda.

SPEAKERS

Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo

Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo

President of the Republic of Ghana
Hon. Ken Ofori-Atta

Hon. Ken Ofori-Atta

Minister of Finance, Ghana
Mr Alan Kyeremanteng

Mr Alan Kyeremanteng

Minister for Trade and industry
Robert Ahomka Lindsay

Robert Ahomka Lindsay

Deputy Minister for Trade and industry

Plenary Session

Developing Sustainable Infrastructure for growth

David Ofosu-Dorte

David Ofosu-Dorte

Executive Chairman - AB & David Law
Mr Mohamed Samara

Mr Mohamed Samara

CEO-MPS Tema
Mr. Lawrence Agyinsam

Mr. Lawrence Agyinsam

Exim Bank
James Woodward

James Woodward

Head KPMG Africa
Hon. Joe Ghartey

Hon. Joe Ghartey

Min. for Railways & Dev.

Plenary Session

Building an agile and robust digital economy: the possibilities and challenges for Africa

David Bolton

David Bolton

Tech. Dir. SOFT Tribe Ltd
Mr. Bright Simons

Mr. Bright Simons

Co-Founder mPedigree
Dr. Thomas Mensah

Dr. Thomas Mensah

Optics Inventor
Archie Hesse

Archie Hesse

CEO, GhIPPSs
Ethel D. Cofie- CEO

Ethel D. Cofie- CEO

Ethel Technology Consulting
Patricia Obo-Nai

Patricia Obo-Nai

CEO, Vodafone Ghana Limited

Plenary Session

Human Capital for development for the next generation economy

Kofi Abotsi

Kofi Abotsi

Dean- GIMPA Law School
Patrick Awuah

Patrick Awuah

Founder, Ashesi University
Dr. Yaw Osei Adutwum

Dr. Yaw Osei Adutwum

Deputy Minister of Education
Lucy Quist

Lucy Quist

MD, Morgan Stanley –UK
Prof. Ernest Aryeetey

Prof. Ernest Aryeetey

Secretary General, African Research Universities Alliance
Anis Haffar

Anis Haffar

CEO, Education Matters Foundation

Plenary Session

Funding Africa from Africa (Bridging Africa’s financing gap through domestic capital generation)

Bernard Avle

Bernard Avle

Journalist
Hon. Ken Ofori-Atta

Hon. Ken Ofori-Atta

Minister of Finance, Ghana
Jeff Gable

Jeff Gable

Head of Research, Absa (Barclays) Group-Barclays
Kunle Elebute

Kunle Elebute

Senoir Partner KPMG Nigeria & Chairman, KPMG Africa
Kwame Pianim

Kwame Pianim

Director NewWorld Renaissance Securities
Akinwumi Adesina

Akinwumi Adesina

President AfDB
Summit Delegates
1200
Organizations
30
Speakers
60
Day(s)
1

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