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BoG receives outstanding leadership in corporate governance award

The BoG was awarded for its impressive achievement in reforming the banking and financial services sector in Ghana

The Bank of Ghana (BoG) has been awarded for outstanding leadership in the corporate governance landscape and regulatory excellence in the financial services sector in Ghana.

The award follows the Bank’s significant role in promoting the culture of good corporate governance in Ghana and its impressive achievement in reforming the banking and financial services sector in Ghana.

The BoG was awarded at the fourth Institute of Directors Ghana (IoD-Gh) Corporate Governance Excellence Awards last Friday (19 November).

Dr Ernest Addison, Governor of the BoG, was awarded for providing transformational leadership in sanitising the financial services sector, which has led to a vibrant and resilient banking sector.

The First and Second Deputy Governors of the Bank of Ghana, Dr Maxwell Opoku-Afari and Elsie Addo Awadzi, respectively, were also presented with special recognition awards.

The BoG’s secretary, Sandra Thompson, who represented the BoG at the ceremony received the awards on behalf of the Bank, the Governor and the Deputy Governors.

The fourth IoD-Gh Corporate Governance Excellence Awards, was held under the theme, “Good Corporate Governance and Ethical Leadership: An Essential Requirement for Organizational Turnaround.”

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