Dominic Adu Is The First Ghanaian CEO Appointed By First National Bank Ghana

Mr Dominic Adu

First National Bank Ghana has announced the appointment of Dominic Adu as its first Ghanaian Chief Executive Officer, viable Wednesday July 01, 2020.

He takes over from Richard Hudson who has served in this position since the origin of the bank five years ago. Mr Adu was the Chief Executive Officer of the past GHL Bank, which was as of late acquired by First National Bank Ghana.

Dominic Adu has an abundance of experience with domestic and international finance, private equity, entrepreneurship, monetary and financial administration and initiative, in this manner vows to add great value to the bank.

The appointment denotes another achievement throughout the entire existence of First National Bank Ghana to have a Ghanaian resident as the CEO.

His addition to the bank, will empower the outfit to additionally extend its product offering to all Ghanaians while contributing altogether to the growth of the institution.

Dominic Adu also helped to establish Ghana Home Loans, Ghana’s preeminent home loan money organization in 2006.

In June 2017 he drove Ghana Home Loans through a progress to become a widespread bank in the wake of getting a financial permit under the name GHL Bank Plc.

Mr Adu is a Chartered Accountant (ACA, England and Wales) with a MSc. Economic degree from the University of London. Additionally, he holds a four year college education in Economics from the University of Manchester.

The outgoing CEO, Richard Hudson, still holds a position in the bank as Executive Director of First National Bank Ghana.

According to the new CEO, Mr Dominic Adu,

“I have inherited two strong combined brands built by Richard and the founders of GHL supported by a committed team of leaders and staff who are passionate and devoted to delivering innovative financial solutions.

I look forward to contributing towards establishing a solid financial institution and the overall growth of the banking industry in Ghana.”

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