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    Stanchart first female CEO also a pharmacist

    Thursday, 2 February 2017   (1 Comments)
    Posted by: Frank KUMI, Editor
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    Standard Chartered Bank has appointed Pharm. Mrs. Mansa Nettey as the new Chief Executive Officer for its business in Ghana.

    Mrs Nettey, a qualified pharmacist, graduated from Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology in 1992 with Bachelor of Pharmacy degree. She had a stint with Premier Point Chemist, Accra after which she went to pursue further qualifications in the banking industry.


    Her   appointment takes effect from 1 March, 2017, subject to regulatory approval.

    Mrs Nettey has more than 19 years of experience in banking, having held various senior roles in Corporate and Institutional Banking in Standard Chartered including managing across the West Africa sub-region.

    In her most recent role as Head, Financial Markets, Ghana, Mansa provided strong leadership in building and overseeing key strategic relationships for business success and growth. Mansa is currently an Executive Director of the Board of Standard Chartered Bank Ghana Limited, and a Non-Executive Director of the Board of Standard Chartered Bank, Nigeria Limited.

    Mansa succeeds Kweku Bedu-Addo who has been appointed CEO, South Africa & Southern Africa, subject to relevant local approvals being received.

    Commenting on the appointment, Bola Adesola, CEO, Nigeria and West Africa, said: “I am delighted to welcome Mansa as the first female CEO for Standard Chartered Bank in Ghana. Her breadth of knowledge and deep insights of the market will further drive the growth of the Ghana business. I would like to thank Kweku for his leadership of the Ghana business over the last six years and wish him well in his new role”.

    Ishmael E. Yamson, Chairman of the Board of Standard Chartered Bank Ghana Limited, having worked with Mansa Nettey, as an Executive Director of the Board of Standard Chartered Bank Ghana Limited, expressed confidence in Mansa’s ability to deliver the Bank’s strategic agenda.

    Outgoing Chief Executive Officer, Kweku Bedu-Addo said: “Mansa Nettey’s appointment is an important milestone for the Bank and a bold statement on its Diversity and Inclusion Agenda. With her extensive business experience and depth of client relationships, I am confident that the Bank will continue to consistently deliver value to shareholders”.

    Mrs Nettey, for her part, said: “It is an honour to lead Standard Chartered Bank Ghana Limited, a bank that has been here for 120 years and a GDP enabler to the economy of Ghana. I look forward to working with the Board, Management and Staff to further strengthen the business and to deliver on the Bank’s commitments to its Employees, Shareholders, Clients, Regulators and the Communities”.


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    DORSAH GARIBA says...
    Posted Thursday, 23 February 2017
    I love it! I like seen fellow pharmacists edging ahead especially with dual degrees