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Kwaku Appiah-Adu is a Professor of Strategy, and a Senior Advisor at the Vice President’s Secretariat, Office of the President, Republic of Ghana. Currently, he coordinates the Energy Sector Recovery Programme, and chairs the AfCFTA’s Infrastructure-related Technical Working Group.
From 2018–2020, Kwaku played a lead role in several ground-breaking national initiatives including: the processes of birthing Ghana’s Integrated Aluminium Development Project; Ghana’s Integrated Iron and Steel Development Project; the organisation of Ghana’s first digital roadmap conference aimed at making Ghana the preferred ICT innovation hub in Africa; and, the development of Ghana’s Integrated Digital Transformation Blueprint, among others.
Previously, Kwaku worked at the Office of the President, Ghana, where he was Head of Policy Coordination, Monitoring and Evaluation, Chairman of the Oil and Gas Technical Committee, Director of Ghana’s Central Governance Project, member of the President’s Investors’ Advisory Council, and Advisory Board member of the UN Initiative on Continental Shelf Delineation. Prior to that, Kwaku worked as a manager at PwC’s policy, strategy and management division, and as an architect/project manager of multimillion-dollar residential, retail, office and industrial projects in the United Kingdom.
In academia, he has served as Dean of Central University Business School and lectured at the Universities of Cardiff and Portsmouth. He is an author of several books. His recent edited/co-edited titles are:
Contemporary Business Imperatives in a Developing Economy (2020);
Context: Executing Strategy in a Developing Economy (2018);
Key Determinants of National Development (2015);
Governance of the Petroleum Sector in an Emerging Developing Economy (2013).
With over 100 publications, he has facilitated workshops and presented papers at numerous international fora. He is Board Chairman, Glico Pensions Trustee Ltd; and a Director of Vivo Energy Ghana Ltd; Ghana Grid Company Ltd; Golden Beach Hotels Ltd; and, Switchback Developers Ltd.
Kwaku is a Fellow of the Ghana Academy of Arts and Sciences, and has been elected to the ANBAR Hall of Excellence for Outstanding Contribution to the Literature and Body of Knowledge. He has received several honours, including the President’s Crystal Awards for exceptional contribution to business environment reforms and national development.
Ariel Fabio is an expert in analytics for financial institutions such as banks, insurance companies, credit card companies and fintech.
He has worked in credit analytics for 20 years in various roles; as a credit analyst, in development of credit risk models, and in management of credit regulation projects.
15 years ago he established Paretix, developing a Smart Credit Analytics solution that leverages traditional and alternative data sources and AI, to develop a bespoke credit scoring model.
Ariel leads the companies strategy and operations currently serving 50+ financial institutions in Europe, MENA and LATAM.
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Ziv Cohen has over 20 years of experience in the cyber security and fraud industry with more than a decade in driving sales strategy and execution, for innovative startups as well as established Fortune 500 companies.
Prior to founding Paygilant, Ziv managed Trusteer’s (acquired by IBM) financial fraud and advanced threats enterprise protection solutions, where he established and grew EMEA sales from zero to multi million revenue. In addition, Ziv managed RSA EMC FraudAction business operations where he was responsible for delivering Anti-Fraud services to hundreds of financial customers globally.
George Crump, Chief Product Strategist at StorONE, and former industry analyst, has over 30 years of experience designing data center solutions for many of the world’s largest organizations.
George will be presenting remotely from the United States. Jacques Blinbaum, Chief Executive – Africa for StorONE, will attend in person and join George in this program.
Yair Solow is CEO and co-founder of Centraleyes, a leading technology innovator in the fast-paced sector of advanced cyber risk and compliance management. He heads a team of world-class cyber security and risk experts in the development of cutting-edge solutions for managing internal risk, vendor risk and executive board risk.
Yair’s experience in disruptive technologies inspired his vision of a new risk management platform that equips organizations with unparalleled tools to achieve and sustain cyber resilience in today’s intensifying threat environment. He assembled a team of technology innovators, military intelligence veterans and corporate leaders and led them to produce the world’s most advanced Integrated Risk Management (IRM) platform. The platform automates, centralizes and visualizes risks to save time and resources, allowing users to concentrate on business success.
Before founding Centraleyes, Yair was a senior executive at Visa, where he led business activities in major European markets. In 2015 he helped spearhead the launch of Visa’s Innovation Hub in Israel. His passion has always been entrepreneurial; he has launched a number of successful technology ventures, always imagining new ways to disrupt inefficient markets.
Nana Arezie is a Cyber and IT Risk professional with more than 12 years’ experience.
He has worked with a number of Banks in Ghana and is currently a Senior Manager in the Technology Consulting team of Ernst & Young Advisory Services.
He has a Msc. Information Technology and Bsc. Computer Science degrees and multiple professional certifications straddling IT audit, IT risk, IT governance, information, and cyber security.
Maame Yaa Owusu-Amoah is the Mission’s business development manager in charge of the Fintech, Cybertech and IT sectors amongst others. She has been the lead in organizing and managing the GIFSummit2022.
Previously Maame worked as a senior project manager in the private sector, bringing impact driven mobile-for-development solutions to people in the Global South through her work at Viamo. While at Viamo, Maame led multiple projects in partnership with leading development partners including the World Bank and a cluster of UN organizations.
She’s also worked as a volunteer entrepreneur helping women in local Ghanaian markets gain access to finance. Maame is passionate about leapfrogging development in Africa by leveraging technology. She holds a Master of Arts in Global Development and Africa from the University of Leeds and a Bachelor of Science in Finance from GIMPA.
Ayelet Levin-Karp is the head of the Israel Trade and Economic Mission to Ghana.
Ayelet was charged with establishing the mission back in 2018, as part of Israel’s efforts to further develop her economic and diplomatic ties with Ghana, West Africa, and Africa as a whole.
Prior to her post in Ghana, Ayelet worked as a project lead in the Dept. of Planning and Strategy at the Israeli Ministry of Economy and Industry. Her work focused on formulating and implementing innovative projects for economic and industrial development including programs for rural economic development, a national center for Industry 4.0 and programs/policy to further the Israeli foodtech industry.
Before her work in government, Ayelet worked as a research biologist earning her MSc in Biology from the renowned Weizmann Institute of Science. Ayelet is passionate about leading collaborative efforts, bringing together various stakeholders for a win-win results-oriented impact.
Kwame Baah-Gyimah is a Senior Manager responsible for Risk & Compliance at Zeepay Ghana Limited, a wholly-owned Ghanaian company. Zeepay is the fastest-growing fintech focusing on digital rails to connect digital assets such as mobile money Wallets, Cards, ATMs, Bank accounts and Digital Tokens to International Money Transfer Operators, Payments, Subscriptions, International Airtime and Refugee payments.
Kwame started his professional career at TCF Financial Corporation, and moved to FINRA, a U.S. Financial Services regulator, managing pre/post transparency programs related to Corporate Actions; Fixed Income, Equities, and U.S. Treasuries trading.
Kwame is a graduate of Johns Hopkins University and received a Master of Finance in Applied Economics and Finance.
Mr. Yawson has over twenty (20) years experience in IT Systems Development and Implementation including Project Design, Deployment Configuration and Management, Systems and Networks Infrastructure Security Architecture; and software development among others.
Ato is the Chief Information Security and AML Officer of IT Consortium and has been with the company since 1999. He is also a Lead Implementer in the ISO27001, Information Security Management Systems certification program for industries and servers as an IT Consultant and Lecturer in the Ashesi University, Ghana. Ato has been involved in the design and implementation of technologies in varied fields of endeavor including but not limited to Telecommunications, Health and Education.
Leona Lillian Abban is the Vice President, Operations and the Country Manager for MIC Global-Ghana, popularly known as MicroEnsure. Leona has 15 years of experience in Insurance, 11 of these in the microinsurance space and with MIC Global. She is passionate about inclusive insurance and is a firm believer that inclusive insurance plays a large role in fulfilling the central promise of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development – ‘Leaving No One Behind.’
MIC Global is an end-to-end digital microinsurance solution provider with the aim of driving insurance uptake for the mass market through need-based digital insurance. The Company was the first to deliver mobile-backed insurance for the first time in Ghana. They successfully contributed to driving insurance with 1M lives on digital insurance through Tigo and 1.2M lives on Airtel.
Leona won the African Women in Banking and Finance Award for the ‘Micro Insurance Personality of the Year-2020
Alon is the Founder and co-CEO of BTB Trusts LTD.
Alon took part in the Initiation of B-MATCH technology as well as the management and operating systems of investors’ and borrowers’ funds, and the technologies of the array of agents and consultants.
Since the establishment of the company, Alon has been the product manager and has been involved in defining technology and managing technological products. Alon is a graduate of the Artificial Intelligence Program from Oxford.
In addition, Alon holds a BA in Business Administration from the Open University, training in investment consulting from Raanana College and an MBA from Or Yehuda College. He has also trained in the fields of credit investments and more.
Prior to his career in fintech Alon preformed his IDF military service in visint department (9900) intelligence unit.
Carl Ashie is a payment expert who has worked extensively in the telecom industry over the last 13 years in Ghana. He managed the deployment of various Value Added services such as voice SMS and content SMS services as well as project managed the launch of the first Terrestrial Digital Multimedia Broadcasting (TDMB) service in Africa.
He directly led the deployments of Airtel Money and Vodafone Cash and has consulted for various payment service providers in Ghana and beyond. His strength lies in the development of payment services for the unbanked and financially excluded.
He holds a Computer Science bachelor’s degree from KNUST and a Master of Science degree from the University of Liverpool. He also holds a post graduate diploma in MIS from GIMPA.
He is currently the head of Mobile Financial Services at GCB Bank, and a member of the Operations working group of the Ghana National Payments Council.
Ikede Ebhole is a Diligent Cyber Security Specialist proficient in online security research, planning, execution, and maintenance. Adept at training and educating internal users on relevant cyber security procedures and preventative measures.
He specializes in network monitoring, security software installation, and working to prevent cyber-attacks, especially in business and corporate settings
Shlomit Sufa is the Ambassador of the State of Israel to Ghana, Liberia and Sierra-Leone. Prior to her appointment, she was a participant in the National Security Program at the Israeli National Defense College (INDC) and served as Minister-Councilor, South East Asia Department in the Asia and Pacific Division of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Israel.
Ms. Sufa began her career as a lawyer in 1998 at the Legal Department of the Municipality of Ramla and moved on to participate in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs Cadet Program to begin her Diplomatic career.
Since 2001, Shlomit Sufa has served in different capacities at Israel’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs including Deputy Ambassador, Embassy of Israel to Ethiopia, Rwanda and Burundi; Deputy Director, East Africa Department, Africa Affairs Division; Deputy Ambassador, Embassy of Israel to Switzerland and Lichtenstein; Deputy Director, EU Department, at the Europe Affairs Division; and as Deputy Chief of Mission at the Israeli Embassy in Canada.
Shlomit Sufa is also a member of the Women Diplomatic Network Steering Committee (an Israeli network of female diplomats from the Israeli Ministry of Foreign Affairs and female diplomats posted in Israel) and Forum Dvorah (a non-partisan, nonprofit NGO that looks at equal representation of women in key decision-making position in the fields of national security and foreign policy).
Ms. Sufa holds a LL.B in Law from the Harry Radzyner Law School, IDC Herzliya and M.A in Political Science from the University of Haifa.
Charles is the Director of Country Operations for Fido Ghana, a Digital Financial Institution making financial services accessible to the unbanked in Africa and emerging markets.
He holds an MBA Marketing degree from the Coventry Business School, UK and a Bachelor’s degree from the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology. Charles has over thirteen years’ experience in Business Development and Project Management across the Banking, Telco and Tech industries.
He spent 5 years at Rancard Solutions (An Intel Company) where he led Rancard’s Business Development engagements with Telcos in Nigeria, Senegal, Guinea, Kenya, SA and Cote D’Ivoire deploying the company’s first Voice Application (2nd revenue generator by volume) in the process. Prior to joining Rancard, he worked as the Regional Head of the SME unit at Societe Generale Bank supporting the financial needs of MSMEs in the northern sector of Ghana and administering the DANIDA Grant for small-scale businesses.
He is a Financial Inclusion enthusiast and passionate about the digitization of the Ghanaian economy.
Eli Hini is the Chief Executive Officer for MobileMoney Limited, the MTN Ghana subsidiary responsible for mobile financial services. He is responsible for driving strategy, business development, innovation and relevant operations of MTN’s Mobile Money business. Prior to Eli’s appointment as CEO, he was the General Manager MobileMoney Limited, a role he held for approximately five years. Eli was instrumental in setting up Mobile Money services in Ghana and growing the subscriber base, transaction volumes and value. He also led the MTN Mobile Money team to receive ISO certification (ISO/IEC 12007: 2013 certification) in January 2016 and the GSMA Mobile Money Certification in November 2019. Eli is a Chartered Marketer with over 18 years’ experience and has also held leadership positions in Unilever Ghana Limited and The Coca- Cola Bottling Company Limited. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree from the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology and a post-graduate diploma in Marketing from the Chartered Institute of Marketing, UK.
Eli serves on the boards of MobileMoney Limited, aYo Intermediaries Ghana Ltd and IC Asset Managers.
Reginald Yofi Grant draws from over three decades of a successful career and experience in investment banking and finance as he heads the Ghana Investment Promotion Center, under the Office of the President of Ghana.
He is unquestionably recognized in the fields of Financial Markets and Investment and has co-founded a number of companies including Grant Dupuis Investment Limited, and Praxis Fortune Caliber.
Yofi is an accomplished leader — an attribute that transcends beyond his country’s borders, where he is a key financial policy adviser. On the continent, he’s credited with having successfully led a number of advisory mandates involving both equity and debt transactions, including the development and implementation of AAF SME Fund LLC, one of the largest agriculture funds in Sub-Saharan Africa.
As a council member of the Continental Business Network of the African Union, and a member of the board of trustees of the OACP Endowment and Trust Fund he remains passionately committed to shaping the continent’s financial and economic transformation.
Yofi is on the Steering Board of the World Association of Investment Promotion Agencies (WAIPA) representing sub-Saharan Africa and continues to serve on a number of private and public sector boards and committees. They include the Public Private Partnership Approvals Board, Ghana Export Promotion Authority Board, Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Regional Integration Advisory Board, Ghana International Financial Services Advisory Committee and the India Africa Trade Council Board among others.
He is a fellow of the Aspen Global Leadership Network.
Duke is an accomplished Information Systems professional with over seventeen (17) years of progressive experience in delivering value-driven information system solutions in various capacities. From his initial foray as a developer in his early teens to managerial, advisory and governance roles in private sector and public sector entities such as the Ghana Revenue Authority, the National Information Technology Agency, Vision Fund Ghana (a subsidiary of Vision Fund International), The Foreign and Common-Wealth Development Office (FCDO formerly DFID) among others.
Most recently, Duke co-founded a Fintech company (SecondSTAX) with a primary objective of bridging the fragmented African Capital Markets sector. As COO of the company Duke is driving operations and innovative means to solve complex opportunities within the sector and also champions the analytics and blockchain initiatives within the company.
Bonnie Atitsogbui Graduated from University of Ghana. He is a Senior Software Engineer at Ghana Dot Com who specializes in the design and development of blockchain solutions, web and mobile applications, and system administration services.
Bonnie Atitsogbui believes blockchain is a game-changer that can be used to securely and efficiently transfer user data across platforms and systems. Blockchain technology has the potential to drive significant change and open up new opportunities in industries ranging from banking and cybersecurity to intellectual property and healthcare.
He is an expert in developing blockchain solutions using Ethereum smart contracts and the lead engineer in the development of AfriCoinx, a digital asset exchange for buying, selling, and trading cryptocurrency in a regulated, secure, and compliant environment. He belongs to the Blockchain Governance Initiative Network (BGIN), which is a global network of blockchain stakeholders.
Bonnie teaches Blockchain solutions and Ethereum smart contracts for Africa Network Operators Group (AfNOG), an African network of engineers. He is also the Ghana Blockchain Academy’s Lead instructor for blockchain and Ethereum smart contracts and a speaker at the Ghana Blockchain Conference.
Boaz Alon is the CEO of Comsec Technology solutions (Radware representative in Ghana). An information technology company that provides enterprise solutions that streamline business processes, optimize workfoce productivity and increases profitability. He has over 16 years experience in Information technology specifically DDOS cyber security.
He has lead the team to fully implement and close Radware DDoS and WAF in Ghana for the past 12 years.
Currently in charge of the SG Ghana Home of Business, Bernard is a seasoned banking practioner with over 22 years banking experience spanning all aspects of banking with the latter years focusing on Credit Risk Management and SMEs. A trainer with keen interest in people development and nurturing businesses. He has been a facilitator at the National Banking College; holds master’s and bachelor’s degrees from University of Ghana; and Post-Graduate Diploma in Corporate Management & Finance awarded by University of Paris, Pantheon – Sorbonne.
Jerry Adjorlolo is a gifted professional master of ceremonies, moderator and a budding storyteller, with an impressive track record of successfully hosting over 900 notable state, diplomatic, corporate and social events from January 2014 to date.
He is the Managing Director of Domotale Africa, a consultancy provider for Ghana’s state, diplomatic and corporate landscape with a specialty focus in events management, protocol services, public relations, business facilitation, media production and other business-on-demand creation services.
Some notable events he has hosted include state banquets and/ or business fora for nine visiting heads of state and government, Mc/moderator for numerous international conferences, workshops, awards and dinners with reputable multilateral, governmental and corporate institutions.
Through the years, Jerry has come into his own with the right blend of exposure, corporate experience, social interactivity, wit, business etiquette and protocols which have placed him in good stead as the nation’s most sought- after premium event host.
In between his very hectic schedule, he makes time to bond with his family, invest quality time to read and mentor young talents through the Domotale Institute; the training arm of Domotale Africa.
Grace Anim-Yeboah is the Director of Business Banking at Absa Bank Ghana Limited. She is passionate about supporting local businesses to grow sustainably. She has a deep-rooted desire to see Ghanaian businesses become transgenerational and multinational. She has developed capacity in enterprise development, marketing, financial analysis and coaching with special emphasis on women entrepreneurial development.
She is a trained economist with over 20 years’ experience in banking. Prior to her appointment as the Director of Business Banking, she worked as the Head of Global Corporates and Head of Cash management. She has held high profile positions in Zambia and Mozambique within the Bank. She previously worked at Standard Chartered Bank.
She holds a Bachelor’s degree in Economics from the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, Ghana and an MBA in Oil and Gas from the Robert Gordon University Aberdeen Business School, Scotland, UK.
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