NABA and KPMG welcome you to a breakfast meeting on investment opportunities in Ghana with Ghana’s Minister of Trade and Industry H.E. Alan Kyerematen.
We will also hear experiences from NABA member Rendeavour, represented with investor Hans Jochum Horn, who have invested in two urban development projects in Ghana. There will also be time for q&a.
Alan is a graduate in Economics from the University of Ghana, and a qualified Barrister at-Law from the Ghana School of Law. In addition, he was a Hubert Humphrey Fellow at the University of Minnesota, under the US Fulbright Fellowship Programme.
In 1994, Alan Kyerematen was listed as one of the top 100 Leaders in the world for the New Millennium by the Time International Magazine.
Mr. Kyerematen has an extensive and a distinguished record in international development and public policy, trade and enterprise development, politics and diplomacy.
He is an Economist, a Lawyer and a Management Consultant. His previous appointments include Cabinet Minister of Trade, Industry and Presidential Special Initiatives; Ambassador of Ghana to the United States of America; UNECA Senior Policy Advisor on Trade; UNDP Regional Director for Enterprise Africa; CEO of Empretec Ghana Foundation, and a Senior Corporate Executive of Unilever-Ghana.
In 2013, the Heads of States of the African Union endorsed his nomination as Africa’s candidate for the position of Director General of the World Trade Organization (WTO).
Alan speaks English and French. He is married with two children.
Mr. Hans Jochum Horn has worked in emerging markets for 25 years, primarily Russia/CIS and Africa. Mr. Horn is an investor of Rendeavour and is also a director in subsidiary boards of the operating companies in Kenya, DRC and Ghana.
Mr. Hans Jochum Horn has been heavily involved in managing relationship with local communities and governments as well as strategic review of new projects and countries/markets. He holds an MA in Accounting and Auditing from the Norwegian School of Economics, as well as an MBA from the University of Mannheim, Germany.
Christy Lorgen is Director of Corporate Intelligence at KPMG, which she joined in 2016 after working for almost 20 years for Kroll and K2. She has extensive experience with corporate intelligence, third party risk management, anticorruption and business integrity. Christy has managed IDDs, asset traces, and corruption investigations in several sub-Saharan African countries and brings sectoral expertise, especially in the extractive industries, to KPMG. She has a PhD and a master's degree in Social Policy from the University of Oxford and a bachelor's degree in Anthropology from Harvard University.
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