Mrs. Muriel Susan Edusei is a business leader with expertise in Banking & Finance, Corporate Governance and, Corporate Restructuring.
She worked with the National Investment Bank in various positions for 18 years retiring as the Head of Foreign Operations in 1995. She subsequently joined Oikocredit International, a development finance institution with its headquarters in the Netherlands, as Regional Manager for Anglophone West Africa, where she established the regional office in Ghana to serve Ghana, Gambia and Sierra Leone. She retired from Oikocredit in December 2010 after a successful 15-year tenure.
Mrs. Edusei served as board chair of HFC Bank, now Republic Bank PLC and on other boards including, Fidelity Equity Fund II, Opportunity International Savings and Loans Company Limited, Ghana National Petroleum Corporation and Nestlé Ghana Limited.
Mrs. Edusei holds a degree of Bachelor of Science in Administration (Accounting Option) and a Master of Business Administration in Finance both of which were obtained from the University of Ghana Business School. Mrs. Edusei is a Hubert Humphrey Fellow and during her fellowship programme in the United States, she undertook an MBA Finance and Banking non-degree awarding course at Boston University. Additionally, she did attachments in Banking Supervision at the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston and in international trade and finance at Chemical Bank, New York, U.S.A. She is a Fellow of the Ghana Institute of Directors and previously served as a Council Member.
Mrs. Edusei was appointed as the board chairperson of the Bank in April 2020 following an earlier approval by the Bank of Ghana in July 2019.
Mr. Bernard Gyebi is a banking professional with 26 years of experience working in reputable banks and financial institutions. He was appointed Managing Director of Prudential Bank in February 2023 following an approval by the Bank of Ghana.
Until his appointment, he was the General Manager in charge of Risk Management at Republic Bank (Ghana) PLC, where he worked for four years. He was seconded for a period of 15 months to the head office of Republic Financials Holdings Limited of Trinidad & Tobago, the parent company of the Republic Group where he handled risk management assignments related to seven of the Group’s subsidiaries, mostly resident in the Caribbean. He also worked for the Agricultural Development Bank PLC (ADB) for eight years first, as Executive Head of Credit Risk and later as the Chief Risk & Compliance Officer. Prior to joining ADB, Mr. Gyebi worked for Stanbic Bank Ghana Limited as Head of Credit. He also worked for Barclays Ghana (now Absa Bank of Ghana Limited) from September 1999 to December 2007 in various roles including Senior Credit Analyst (while on secondment to Barclays Africa's head office in Johannesburg, South Africa) and as Head of Corporate Credit.
Mr. Gyebi holds a degree of Master of Business Administration with a specialization in Risk Management & Investment from the Imperial College London, U.K. and a Post-Graduate Degree (PGD) in Corporate Management & Finance from the Universite Paris Pantheon-Sorbonne, France. He also holds a degree of Bachelor of Science in Planning from the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science & Technology, Kumasi.
Mr. Daniel Kissiedu is a banking, consulting, and business executive with 21 years’ experience in providing strategic guidance to businesses, structuring transactions, and providing solutions in energy and logistics.
Mr. Kissiedu is currently the Managing Director of Compass Prime Limited, a trade and logistics company. Prior to this role, he was the Managing Director of Trade and Logistics Africa Limited, a position he held for 10 years. He had previously been the Chief Operating Officer at Osam Energy Company Ltd. Mr. Kissiedu also worked with Zenith Bank Ghana Ltd, first as a relationship manager, and later as a Business Manager. He was a Senior Associate for Strategy Consulting at Dixcove Ventures Advisory Group.
Mr. Daniel Kissiedu holds a degree of Master of Business Administration in Finance from the University of Leicester, U.K. and a Bachelor of Science in Planning obtained from the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, Kumasi.
Mr. Kissiedu was appointed to the Board of Prudential Bank in June 2018.
Mr. Daniel Larbi-Tieku is a chartered accountant with over 30 years’ experience in the accounting and finance sector. He is the Deputy Chief Executive Officer of the Enterprise Group and serves on several boards of the Group including the boards of Enterprise Funeral Services Limited and Enterprise Life Assurance, Nigeria. He joined Enterprise Life Assurance Company Limited in March 2011 as the General Manager. Prior to that, he had worked for 11 years as the Finance Director of The Coca-Cola Bottling Company of Ghana Limited. He also worked for the same company for a year as the Management Accountant.
Mr. Larbi-Tieku is a Fellow of the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants, UK (FCCA) and a member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants, Ghana (ICAG). He possesses a degree of Bachelor of Science in Administration (Accounting option) which he obtained from the University of Ghana Business School in 1988.
He was appointed to the Board of Prudential Bank in April 2020.
Mrs. Juliana Addo-Yobo is a private legal practitioner based in Accra. She has worked in diverse managerial capacities at various organizations including Ghana Customs, Excise and Preventive Service (CEPS) now GRA, Ghana National Procurement Agency, Attorney General’s Department in Ghana, Leadership Regional Network for Southern Africa (LEARN) based at the University of Pretoria and the Legal Aid Board in South Africa.
Mrs. Addo-Yobo is a SSNIT representative on the Board of Directors of Hotel Investments Limited (Labadi Beach Hotel) and has also served as a member of the Ghana Revenue Authority (GRA) Board. She was been the Vice Chairperson of the Committee on Women and Minors’ Rights of the Ghana Bar Association for several years. She is currently the Assistant Secretary of the Women’s Forum of the Ghana Bar Association.
Mrs. Addo-Yobo was appointed to the Board of Prudential Bank in April 2020.
Mrs. Victoria Barth is a lawyer with 17 years’ experience in legal practice. She is the Managing Partner of Sam Okudzeto and Associates, a Ghanaian tier one law firm. She is a member of the Ghana Bar Association, International Bar Association and Commonwealth Lawyers Association and sits on a number of International Chamber of Commerce subcommittees. She teaches Advocacy and Ethics at the Ghana School of Law.
Mrs. Barth was appointed to the Board of Prudential Bank in April 2020.
Mr. Ofotsu A. Tetteh-Kujorjie is a lawyer and an engineer with management, public finance and private-sector leadership experience. He has transactional, advisory and execution experience across the energy, technology, business and finance sectors in Ghana, the United States, Europe and various African markets. He has been a Special Advisor to the Minister for Finance of the Republic of Ghana from 2017 to date. Mr. Tetteh-Kujorjie has advised diverse national governments, including the governments of Tanzania, Democratic Republic of Congo, Rwanda and Burundi, as well as local and foreign investors, on a wide range of commercial, strategic, legal, contractual, regulatory, business and investment-related matters.
Mr. Tetteh-Kujorjie holds Bachelor of Science and Master of Engineering degrees in Industrial Engineering & Operations Research (Information Technology Specialization) from Cornell University (College of Engineering), and a Certificate in Business & Public Policy from the Wharton School of Business. Mr. Tetteh-Kujorjie earned his Juris Doctor in 2009 from the University of Pennsylvania Law School and holds a degree of Master of Law in Taxation from the Georgetown University Law Centre.
Mr. Tetteh-Kujorjie was appointed to the Board of Prudential Bank in August 2020.
Reverend Professor Peter Ohene Kyei has over 40 years’ experience in administration and education. A great part of his career has been spent in education at the tertiary level. Since 1988 he has held administrative positions, taught several courses and managed various projects in the university and the church environments.
Reverend Professor Peter Ohene Kyei was called into full-time ministry at the Church of Pentecost as a Pastor and was inducted into office as the Rector of the Pentecost University College (PUC) where he served for eight years.
Prior to his position at PUC, he spent over 20 years as an academic at the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) where he served as a senior lecturer and head of Geography and Rural Development. While in KNUST, Rev. Prof. Ohene Kyei served on several committees and boards including the Academic Board, the board of the Faculty of Social Sciences and that of the College of Arts and Social Sciences, Committee for the Establishment of Post-Harvest Technology, Committee for the Establishment of Exercise and Sports Sciences and Chairman of the KNUST Basic Schools Board. Rev. Prof. Ohene Kyei was a Council Member for the Christian Service University College from 2005-2010.
In addition to publishing many academic papers and book chapters in peer-reviewed academic journals, Rev. Prof. Ohene Kyei has co-authored a book, NGOs and the State in the 21st Century: Ghana and India and presented papers at local and international conferences. His book, Decentralization and Poverty Alleviation in Rural Ghana (Does Decentralization Serve the Poor? – The Ghanaian Experience) was published in Year 2013.
Rev. Prof. Ohene Kyei holds a Bachelor’s degree in Geography with Economics from the University of Ghana, a Master of Science degree in Regional Planning from Kwame Nkrumah University of Science & Technology, and a Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) in Development Geography from Durham University in the United Kingdom. Rev. Prof. Ohene Kyei was appointed to the Board of Prudential Bank in August 2020.
Mr. Felix Kwesi Duku has over 30 years of experience in Information Technology in the banking and finance sectors, 16 years of which were spent in senior executive functions. His expertise covers a wide range of I.T. leadership roles pertaining to the following: implementation of core banking systems; formulation and implementation of comprehensive I.T. strategies; implementation of digital banking solutions, Financial Inclusion and I.T. Governance; the design and implementation of wide-area data communication infrastructure; and the planning and rollout of large and complex I.T. data centers.
Mr. Duku pioneered the setting up of the Electronic Banking Department for Ecobank Ghana. He founded Duku Consulting Limited in 2006 and since then has helped a number of financial institutions in Ghana to formulate and roll out I.T. strategies. These institutions include Bank of Ghana, Ghana Interbank Payment & Settlement Systems (GhIPSS), Ghana Stock Exchange, GCB Bank, Ghana International Bank, Consolidated Bank Ghana (CBG), Fidelity Bank Ghana, Agricultural Development Bank, among others.
Mr. Duku was engaged as a Technology Consulting Specialist by the World Bank/Government of Ghana to lead the implementation of a Core/Digital Banking platform for the Credit Unions in Ghana, a component part of the Ghana Financial Sector Development Project (GFSDP).
Mr. Duku holds a degree of Bachelor of Science in Computer Science from Kwame Nkrumah University of Science & Technology, a Post Graduate Certificate (PGC) in Business Administration from Leicester University, and a Post Graduate Diploma in Advanced Information Technology & Business Management from the University of Wales. He also successfully pursued a course in Digital Strategies for Business: Leading the Next Generation Enterprise, run by Columbia University in 2018, and Blockchain and Digital Currency: The Future of Money from the University of Cape Town. He is a member of ISACA and a thought leader in Digital Banking, Core Banking, Blockchain, Cryptocurrency and Big Data Analytics.