Invitation to Participate: Ghana Economic Forum (GEF) 2020 - 9 & 10 November 2020

06-11-2020

Invitation to Participate: Ghana Economic Forum (GEF) 2020 - 9 & 10 November 2020

 Dear GNBCC Member

KPMG is pleased to invite you as a special Guest to the Ghana Economic Forum (GEF 2020) scheduled for Monday, 9, and Tuesday, 10 November 2020 at the Kempinski Gold Coast Hotel, Accra at 8:00 am each day. Visit https://bit.ly/34LGlN3 to register and access more details on this event.

KPMG in Ghana is the Knowledge Partner for GEF 2020 which will be held under the theme, “Resetting the economy beyond COVID-19; building economic resilience and self-sufficiency.” 

The event will be physically attended by a limited number of invited guests to ensure your safety and in line with the Ministry of Health outlined safety measures. It will be streamed live via the Facebook page of the Business and Financial Times (B&FT). 

GEF 2020 will have H.E. Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, President of the Republic of Ghana deliver the keynote address. The Forum will receive insightful presentations and remarks from:

• Hon. Ken Ofori Atta – Minister for Finance

• Dr. Ernest Addison – Governor, Bank of Ghana

• Mr. Anthony Sarpong – Senior Partner, KPMG Ghana

• Mr. John Awuah – CEO, Ghana Association of Bankers

• Mrs. Patience E. Akyianu – CEO, Hollard Insurance

• Dr. Richmond Atuahene – Partner, Salman Partners & Financial Consult 

• Prof. Bokpin – Economist, University of Ghana 

• Dr. Abu Sakara Foster – Chairman, SAKFOS Farms

• Mr. Lawrence Agyinsam – CEO, Exim Bank Ghana

• H.E. Wamkele Mene – Secretary-General, AfCFTA

• Mrs. Freda Duplan – Board Chair, Zenith Bank

• Mr. Sulemanu Koney – CEO, Ghana Chamber of Mines

• Ing. Mrs. Harriett Amissah-Arthur – Executive Partner, Arthur Energy Advisors (AEA)

• Mr. Kenneth Thompson – CEO, Dalex Finance Limited

The Forum will be filled with sessions focusing on building a sustainable economy for Ghana and achieving sustainable growth in Africa. Key topics include:

• Building resilient financial institutions to mitigate the impact of COVID-19

• Positioning Ghanaian businesses to leverage the African Continental Free Trade Agreement (AfCTA) for accelerated growth    

• Building Sustainable Agro-economic models for Ghana’s self-sufficiency 

• Adding value to our mineral resources; private sector perspectives on policy imperatives

We look forward to your participation.

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