Alhassan Yakubu-Tali was appointed Managing Director, 1st December 2022.
A seasoned investment banker with over 20 years of international experience, Mr. Yakubu-Tali until his appointment, served as the Deputy Managing Director of the Bank for the past 5 years. He is a result oriented professional with exceptional skills in people management, developing new businesses, risk management and adaptable to new organisational culture.
He had oversight responsibility over the Bank’s Business Banking, Agribusiness and Operations Divisions as well as the 87 retail outlets of the Bank. He was principally in charge of the Bank’s Business units and was responsible for the operational performance, driving and implementing a strict performance culture in the Bank as well as providing support to the Managing Director to create an environment that promotes staff commitment to the organisational vision, mission and strategy.
Mr. Yakubu-Tali holds a Business Administration and MBA (Marketing) from the City University, Bellevue, USA (Frankfurt Campus); Diploma 1 & 2 (Business Administration) from West London College, London.
He served on the Boards of Agridev Limited, the Forestry Plantation Development Fund Management and the Cotton Development Authority.
As Deputy Managing Director and Chairman of the Bank’s Strategy Implementation Committee, Mr. Yakubu-Tali comes on board the position of Managing Director with first-hand knowledge of the Bank’s trajectory and is expected to lead the next phase of the Bank’s growth.
A married man, Mr. Yakubu-Tali is a polyglot and is fluent in German, English, Hausa and Dagbani.

Eno Ofori-Atta is an accomplished professional with over 20 years of experience in banking and financial services, providing strategic leadership, creating high performance teams across business units and functions at various levels. She has vast experience in driving business growth, credit administration, risk management, human capital management, the development of business systems, strategic planning and strengthening of internal control systems and processes.
Prior to joining ADB, Eno served as the Group Managing Director for SIC-Financial Services for 5 years where she led the re-definition of the business strategy, transformational programs and operational improvements. Her career has included serving as the Chief Executive Officer of Payflex Microfinance Company and Chief Risk Officer for Women’s World Banking, Ghana. Her diverse experience has seen her serve in various frontline roles including Branch Operations Manager, Head of Administration and Human Resources, Head of Risk and Head of Credit Operations.
She is a product of Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology where she holds a Masters in Business Administration, and Bachelor of Arts degree in Social Sciences (Law & Sociology).

Mr. Da-Costa Asiedu Owusu-Duodu was appointed as Chief Risk Officer of the Bank on March 1, 2019. He has previously worked with the Bank in 1997 as a Credit Risk Officer in the Loans and Advances Department of the Bank and later joined TechnoServe Incorporated as a Microfinance Specialist, under the Trade and Investment Reform Programme executed in collaboration with the United States Agency for International Development (USAID).

Mr. Owusu-Duodu has an in-depth knowledge and experience in the banking industry, in the areas of credit origination, project finance, syndication, debt restructuring and re-organization of distressed companies, across Agricultural Development Bank, CAL Bank and Universal Merchant Bank. With over 22 years’ experience in banking and a proven track record of success in the maintenance of high asset quality, he brings a wealth of expertise to a well-established banking brand.

He holds a Master of Philosophy (MPhil) degree in Agri-Business Administration from the University of Ghana, Legon, and also a Bachelor’s Degree (B.Sc.) in Agricultural Economics from the same university.

Samuel Dako is the Chief Audit Executive. He has over twenty-eight years of managerial experience in the Banking Sector. He joined the Bank as a Finance Officer, and has served in various capacities including Financial Controller, Head of Financial Reporting & Strategy, Manager Research and Corporate Planning, Branch Operations Manager and in other Managerial roles. He also has relevant Managerial experience in Retail Banking, Governance, Risk Management and Audit & Assurance.

He is also a Non-Executive Director of Akuapem Rural Bank where he serves on the HR, Governance, Risk, Compliance, Audit, Strategy and IT & Cyber Security Sub Committees of the Board.

Samuel is an Alumnus of University of Professional of Studies (UPSA), University of Leicester Management Centre (UK), GIMPA School of Technology, GIMPA Faculty of Law and Ghana School of Law.

Samuel Dako is a Lawyer and Chartered Accountant and a member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants, Ghana, Merit Award Holder. He holds MBA Finance from the University of Leicester, UK, Bachelor-of-Laws Degree from GIMPA. He also holds Post Graduate Diploma in Management Information Systems, GIMPA. He is a Certified ISO 27001 Lead Implementer and Auditor.

 

Enoch has a career in banking spanning more than twenty years beginning at the Agricultural Development Bank (ADB) where he was with the Accounts and later Foreign Operations Departments.
He joined the Bank of Ghana(BOG) Banking Supervision Division for seven years and gained experiences in Internal Control Practices, Risk Management and also best Banking Practices.
With his experience at BOG he moved to work with a couple of Savings and Loans Companies namely Pro-credit Savings and Loans Company as Head of Finance, Express Savings and Loans Limited as General Manager/Managing Director, Global Access Savings and Loans as an Executive Head and later Executive Director. He also worked as the Head of Operations at the Micro Finance and Small Loans Centre (MASLOC).
Enoch Benjamin Donkoh is a member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants, Ghana (1999), holds a Bachelor of Science in Administration (Accounting) from University of Ghana and an MBA (Finance) from Central University College.
He assumed the role of General Manager Operations in April 2019.
He is a devout Christian and married.

Kwame assumed the role of General Manager for Agribusiness on 1st August 2019; he is a professional agriculturist with vast experience in the agricultural and financial sector.

He has over 15 years’ experience in the Banking sector having joined the Agricultural Development Bank in 2004 as a Credit Officer and later a Relationship Manager at the Agricultural Finance Department. As a Credit Officer in charge of Poultry and Livestock Projects he managed the Bank’s Broiler Outgrower program, also in his role as a Relationship Manager amongst several functions he was responsible for the efficient and effective management of Agricultural accounts. He was also responsible for the coordination, monitoring and evaluation of MIDA funded projects for the Bank. He represented the Bank on several Committees and Boards of Ministries, Departments and Agencies.

Mr. Attrams joined Access Bank Plc, Ghana in 2017 as the Head of Agro Allied Unit and helped set up the Agribusiness Unit of the Bank and also developed the agricultural finance strategy and products for the Bank. He has had other prior working experiences at Afariwaa Farms and Livestock Products Limited as Production Manager and Nutritionist; the Institute of Economic Affairs as a Legislative Research Assistant attached to the Parliament of Ghana and the University of Ghana as a Teaching Assistant in the Faculty of Agriculture. Mr. Attrams holds a first degree in Agriculture (Animal Science) and an MPhil in Animal Science (Nutrition) all from the University of Ghana and several other certificates from internationally recognized institutions such as the Kansas State University, USA and Galilee College, Israel.

He is an old student of Prempeh College. A married man and devout Christian.

Bridget holds an Executive Master’s in Business Administration (EMBA – Finance Option) from the University of Ghana Business School and a Bachelor of Commerce degree from the University of Cape Coast. Bridget joined ADB as Treasury Sales Manager in 2011 and has been acting as Treasurer of the Bank since March 2016. She became the substantive Treasurer in December 2016. With over 15 years’ banking experience 13 years of which has been in treasury management, she is also a Chartered Banker and a member of the International Financial Markets (ACI certified).

Bridget begun her banking career from Barclays Bank (Ghana) Limited where she was a Senior Dealer in charge of Retail and also held various positions in Retail Banking.

Godwyll Ansah was appointed the Company Secretary on 1st April, 2019.
He is a seasoned legal practitioner with over 18 years’ experience in legal and banking practice ranging from Compliance, Legal, Anti-Money Laundering , Company Secretariat and Bad Debt Recovery.
He worked at Bank of Africa Ghana Limited from December 2006 to March 2019 having held several positions including Head of Compliance, Head of Legal and Company Secretary.
He also worked with Société General (Ghana) and Stanbic Bank Ghana Limited.
Mr. Ansah holds a Master of Law (LLM) and Bachelor of Arts Degree (Law and Economics) from the University of Ghana, Legon. He also attended the Ghana School of Law in 1999 and was called to the Ghana Bar in October 2001.
He is a member of the Ghana Bar Association.

Amelia Croffie (Mrs.) is the General Counsel of the Bank, She has about 30 years working experience in Corporate Law and Banking and engaged in legal advocacy. She holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree (Hons, Upper Division) in Law, Classical History & Civilization from the University of Ghana (1989) and a BL (Qualifying Certificate in Law) from the Ghana Law School (1991). She also holds an MBA (HR Option) from the University of Ghana (2003). She worked as a Teaching Assistant in Criminal Law and Police Administration at the Law Faculty of the University of Ghana (National Service) after her BL. She was the Legal Executive in Activity Venture Finance Company Limited (AVFCL), a government regulated venture capital finance company, which was set up among others to explore, pioneer and provide venture capital for businesses as a means of complementing the more traditional modes of lending in the financial sector. At AVFCL, she served in various roles including Board Secretary and was nominated as member of the Board of Directors on the then Midland Savings & Loans Limited as representative of AVFCL. She also served as a member of the Board of Directors for several years at Nyankumase Ahenkro Rural Bank in the Central Region of Ghana.