Deputy Governors of Bank of Ghana inducted as honorary fellows

First Deputy Governor Dr Maxwell Opoku Afari And Second Deputy Governor Mrs Elsie Addo Awadzi
First Deputy Governor Dr Maxwell Opoku Afari And Second Deputy Governor Mrs Elsie Addo Awadzi

The First Deputy Governor, Dr Maxwell Opoku-Afari and the Second Deputy Governor Mrs Elsie Addo Awadzi have been inducted as Honorary Fellows of the Institute of Directors-Ghana(IoD).

A statement from the Bank of Ghana said the induction at the Institute’s Corporate Governance Excellence Awards was in recognition of their role as key advocates in the promotion of the culture of good corporate governance in Ghana and beyond.

The awards ceremony was held under the theme: “Good Corporate Governance and Leadership: An Essential Framework for the Management of Uncertainties.”

The Institute of Directors-Ghana was established to promote good corporate governance by enforcing its code of ethics, developing a national institutional capacity, and providing educational and professional development.

It also seeks to promote and safeguard the interest of directors who carry out their duties professionally and provide guidelines for the appropriate conduct of directors to enable them to strive for the highest standards in ethical behaviour.

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