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News | Ghana Commodity Exchange

THE GHANA COMMODITY EXCHANGE (GCX) WELCOMES NEWLY CONSTITUTED BOARD AS THE ORGANISATION SHARPENS ITS FOCUS ON STRATEGIC PRIORITIES IN LINE WITH ITS VISION TO TRANSFORM GHANA’S ECONOMY.

Date : 1st Dec, 2022


THE GHANA COMMODITY EXCHANGE (GCX) WELCOMES NEWLY CONSTITUTED BOARD AS THE ORGANISATION SHARPENS ITS FOCUS ON STRATEGIC PRIORITIES IN LINE WITH ITS VISION TO TRANSFORM GHANA’S ECONOMY. image


GCX WELCOMES NEW BOARD

Accra, 24th November 2022

The Ghana Commodity Exchange (GCX) has welcomed its newly constituted Board as the organisation sharpens its focus on strategic priorities in line with its vision to transform Ghana’s economy by creating prosperity for all in commodity value chains, and become a regional and global trading hub for all commodities
  
The Ghana Commodity Exchange was established in 2017 as a private company limited by shares with the Government of Ghana as the sole shareholder, with a view to it becoming a public-private-partnership (PPP). The five-member board chaired by Mr. Kofi S. Yamoah, the former Managing Director of the Ghana Stock Exchange joins GCX at a time when the organization is preparing to scale up its operations and initiate its PPP strategy.
 
The directors bring on board extensive experience spanning decades of experience in finance, consumer goods, marketing, agribusiness, trade, international markets, and regulatory roles, which will be invaluable in executing the organisation’s medium to long term strategic plans.

 

The new appointees are: 

  • Mr. K. S Yamoah (Board Chairman): Mr. Yamoah’s experience from working at the Ghana Stock Exchange, Central Securities Depository Ltd, Absa Bank Ghana Ltd, Venture Capital Trust Fund and as a Member of the Board of Trustees of the Accra Institute of Technology and the key knowledge and skills he brings along and are grounded on years of actual practice from both executive and non-executive roles. His deep understanding of corporate governance, risk mitigation, regulatory compliance and sustainability issues will be highly beneficial to GCX.
  • Mrs. Tucci Ivowi (CEO):  Tucci is the CEO of the Ghana Commodity Exchange. She is an experienced business leader with over 20 years’ experience in marketing and general business management in the UK and emerging markets of Southeast Asia and Sub-Saharan Africa. With her background in managing multi-million-dollar businesses across the value chains in coffee and cocoa for Nestle, in 2018 she was engaged as part of the core team tasked to establish the Ghana Commodity Exchange, becoming its founding Deputy CEO. Tucci’s drive for innovation across the value chain has enabled business success through positive economic growth cycles, but more so through socio-political and economic turbulence.
  • Mr. Robert Dowuona Owoo (ED): Mr. Owoo is a Lawyer by profession and also holds a BSc in Mathematics from the University of Cape Coast, Ghana and an MSc in Finance and Management from the Exeter University, UK.  He started his professional career with the Securities and Exchange Commission, Ghana where he worked in various capacities and has thirteen (13) years’ experience in Securities (Capital Market) Regulations and Supervision. Mr. Owoo served as the project director for the Ghana Commodity Exchange project from 2013 and led the Ghana team to design the current Ghana Commodity Exchange (GCX) model for Ghana. One of the founding members of the GCX, he is currently the Chief Operations Officer of the GCX doubling up as the head of legal and compliance.
  • Mr. Kwame Daaku (NED): Mr. Daaku is a Banker and a financial consultant with over 18 years of experience. He is a Director of Afintek Limited- a financial consulting and management firm. He is also the Executive Director  and Cofounder of Nature’s Treasure Foods – a food tech startup and  an early investor and advisor to Intelocate in Toronto, Canada- a tech company in Toronto in the field of task management. He currently consults on Infrastructure and Project Finance, Derivatives and Mortgage Financing. He has worked with a boutique consulting firm in Accra, Ghana, working with SMEs on strategy and cost optimization. He then worked with Ecobank Ghana Limited and Bank of Nova Scotia in Toronto, Canada. He subsequently joined their Global Risk Market team as a Senior Manager managing the Specialized Lending, Asset Managers and Municipal Finance Credit Risk portfolio for the US Market. 
  • Mr. Stephen Antwi-Asimeng (NED) : Stephen is an independent financial advisor providing banking, investment, corporate finance, and private equity advisory services to large corporate and SME firms. He has over twenty-eight (28) years’ experiences in the banking, financial services, and SME business community including over eighteen (18) years in senior executive management positions. Stephen is a valued member and chair of local and international boards of directors, offering strategic leadership and corporate governance support. He served on the board of Africa Venture Capital & Private Equity Association for six (6) years from 2004. Stephen has extensive domain experience in several sectors including banking & financial services, agribusiness, education, pharmaceutical and healthcare. He was selected by the Economic Commission of Africa (ECA) as a member of an ad hoc team of experts on private equity and venture capital as an asset class in SME finance in Africa in 2013 and 2015.
  • Mrs Wendy Malm (Board Secretary): Wendy is the head of Trading, Central depository and surveillance at the Ghana Commodity Exchange. In this role she has developed commodity contracts, executed several trading strategies and has continually supervised the processing and execution of all market transactions also ensured that all trades conform to the regulatory requirements of the GCX and the Securities and Exchange Commission. She holds a BA (Hons.) in Economics & Geography from KNUST, Kumasi, Ghana and an MBA in Banking and Finance from the Paris Graduate School of Management, France. She is also certified by the Ghana Stock Exchange as an Authorized Dealing Officer and is a member of the Ghana Stockbrokers Association and a student member of the Institute of Chartered accountants Ghana.