Mr Dominic Adu is the Board Chairman. He is the Founder and Chief Executive of the Ghana Home Loans Ltd. Dominic had been with ACTIS (formerly CDC Capital Partners) for nine years from 1997 to 2006, for the last five of these years he was the Principal in charge of West Africa. He was the Finance Manager of Ashanti Goldfields Co Ltd (Obuasi Goldmine) in 1997. Other experiences include Financial and Management Accountant Watson Wyatt Worldwide (UK), Financial Accountant with Guys and St Thomas Trust (UK) and Audit Senior with BDD Stoy Hayward (London). He has a Master’s degree in Financial Economics from the University of London and a Bachelors’ degree in Economics from the Manchester University. He is also a member of ACA-England and Wales.
Mr. Jacob Kholi a member of Board of Directors is a Partner of the Abraaj Group (formerly Aureos West Africa) a private Venture Capital Fund in Ghana. His previous appointments include Managing partner for Aureos Ghana Advisors Ltd, 4991 to 1995; Capital Expenditure Accountant, Financial Accountant, and Management Accountant at Shell Ghana Ltd. Jacob has extensive experience in investment management and serves on the Boards of several organisations in Ghana including Voltic Ghana Ltd, Sam Woode Ltd, Regimanuel Gray Ltd and Ghana Aluminum Products Ltd. He is an Accountant by profession and a member of the Institute of Chartered accountants (Ghana). He also holds a Bsc in Business Administration from the University of Ghana, Legon
Anthony Jacklingo Kweku Quansah, member of the Board, is the retired headmaster of Gomoa Senior High/Technical School. He holds a Bachelor of Commerce degree from the University of Cape Coast and an HND in Accountancy from Cape Coast Polytechnic. He served on the Teachers’ Fund Board for 3 years from 2010 to 2013 and also on the Polytechnic Council from 1993 to 2004.
Mr. Martin Amoako Asiedu, member of the Board, is a valuation & Estate Surveyor, Fellow of Ghana Institute of Surveyors. He holds a BSc (Hons) Land Economy degree from KNUST and an EMBA from University of Ghana, Legon. He was the General Manager of UGEL Hostels, University of Ghana (2005-2012) and had held various positions as Facilities Manager, Valuer and Estate Surveyor at Red and Mas Ltd and KOA consult
Mr. Foster Buabeng, member of the Board, is the General Manager of Teachers Fund. He served the fund in the capacity of Head, Accounts Department from 2002 to 2012. Prior to joining Teachers Fund, He held various Accounts and Audit roles at, Golden Neo-Life Diamite (2000 to 2001), Cashpro Company Ltd (1998-2000), and Deloitte & Touché (1996 to 1998). Foster holds a MBA Project Management degree from University of Ghana Business School and is also a member of Institute of chartered Accountants (Ghana).