Alex Kwasi Bruks is the Chief Executive Officer of Accra Mall, Dalex Capital, Reliance Personnel Services Ltd. and RPS Engineering Services Ghana Ltd.
Alex has held key positions in international organizations including, Deputy Regional Manager for The African Project Development Facility of the International Finance Corporation, Director for Private Sector Development for Africa with USAID Africa Bureau, President of Trade World Limited and Branch Chief with the Commodity Credit Corporation (CCC).
As a consultant, his assignments included advising on the financing of the Accra Mall ($38m), coordination of a USAID sponsored study to improve remittance inflows to Ghana, coordination of the development of the National Medium Term Private Sector Development Strategy and the review of the Administrative Barriers to Investments in Ghana.
Mr. Kenneth Kwamina Thompson is a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales. He trained with UHY Hacker Young, a firm of Charted Accountants in the United Kingdom.
Mr. Thompson is unapologetically candid and is widely acclaimed for his insightful prescriptions on issues of national importance. He is an orator, a thought leader and a ‘straight shooter’ with ‘bold’ views on issues related to finance and the economy.
Mr. Thompson has nearly two decades of work experience as a senior executive in finance and risk management. He held positions such as Head, Venture Funds Management at Fidelity Equity Fund and Principal Internal Audit Manager, Barclays Bank, UK.
As a founding shareholder, he is credited with the phenomenal growth of Dalex Finance. Under his strategic leadership, Dalex Finance has grown from a company of 3 employees to over 3000 presently.
• Ghana Economic Forum (GEF)- Businessman of the Year (2016).
• The Ghana National Chamber of Commerce and Industry (GNCCI) - Thought Leadership Award (2016)
Kofi Owusu is intrepid entrepreneur with wide experience recognizing and exploiting business opportunities in various sectors including Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC), Information Technology and Logistics.
Kofi is the founder and Executive Chairman of Zac Computers Limited. He is also the Managing Director of Reliance Logistics Ltd.
He has also had extensive management experience working in the USA with several companies including JC Penney Insurance Company Limited. Kofi holds a BA in Marketing from University of Texas, Arlington, USA.
Roland O. Akosah is the co-founder and CEO of ENO International, LLC, a firm that invests in financial institutions and plantation agriculture. He also runs TransGen Heritage - a gold trading company.
Roland has extensive management experience in the United States, with IBM Corporation, Sallie Mae (an education finance corporation) and United Technologies (space, defense, automotive, building systems).
Roland holds an MBA from Wharton Business School, University of Pennsylvania and a BSc in Economics and Statistics from the University of Ghana. He a fellow of the Aspen Institute, whose mission is to foster leadership based on enduring values.
Joe Jackson is a Business Executive and Consultant with over 20 years experience in the Information Technology sector. He has proven leadership skills that involve managing, developing and motivating technical teams and their corresponding sales/support teams to achieve an organization's objectives.
Joe is on the board of the Innovation Fund of Enhancing Financial Innovation & Access (EFInA) which is a financial sector development organization that promotes financial inclusion in Nigeria.
EFInA is funded by the UK Department for International Development (DFID) and the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. He is also director of Susu Microfinance Bank in Lagos, Nigeria. Joe is also a specialist in Design Thinking.