UT Bank, Rlg bosses outshine rivals –at Ghana’s Most Respected CEO awards
UT Bank, a leading universal bank in Ghana has been awarded the Most Respected Company for the year 2012, at Ghana’s Most Respected Company and CEO Awards night over the weekend.
At the event, UT Bank’s CEO, Prince Kofi Amoabeng, was also adjudged the Most Respected CEO for 2012.
Rlg Communications, a subsidiary of the AGAMS Group of Companies which is a Ghanaian-owned limited liability company, engaged in the production of communications equipment such as mobile handsets, electronic notebooks, tablets, laptops and LCD TV monitors, among others, also pulled a surprise at the awards night held at the Banquet Hall in Accra.
The leading ICT firm and its CEO, affable Roland Agambire, floored many companies and CEOs to win the third Most Respected Company and 2nd Most Respected CEO for 2012.
This was based on a survey in which CEOs were asked to select the companies and CEOs they most respected and give reasons for their selections. The highest nominee for each of these two categories was presented with the Most Respected Company and Most Respected CEO awards.
The awards programme which was held under the theme “Growing the leadership and talent pipeline” was jointly organized by PricewaterhouseCoopers and Business and Financial Times to reward excellence in corporate Ghana.
Below is a full list of the award winners;
MOST RESPECTED COMPANIES OF THE YEAR 2012
1st – UT Bank
2nd – Kasapreko
3rd – RLG
4th – Databank
5th – Vodafone
6th – Scancom Ltd
6th – Multimedia Group
7th – Ashesi University
8th – Nestle Ghana Limited
9th – Zoomlion Ghana Limited
10th – Ecobank Ghana
MOST RESPECTED CEOs FOR 2012
1ST – Prince Kofi Amoabeng – UT BANK
2ND – Roland Agambire – RLG
3RD – Martyn Mensah – KASAPREKO
4TH – Patrick Awuah – ASHESI UNIVERSITY
5TH – Josephn Agyepong – ZOOMLION
6TH – Kwesi Twum – Multimedia
7th – Dzigbordi Dosso – ALLURE AFRICA
8TH – Ken Ofofi Atta – DATABANK
9TH – Edward Effah – FIDELITY BANK
10TH – Michael Ikpoki – MTN
Ghana’s Most Respected Company and CEO Awards is a biennial opinion survey conducted amongst CEOs of various organizations in Ghana. The awards scheme is organized to motivate companies and CEOs to move towards value creation, build public trust and promote good corporate governance practices. The objective of this year’s awards is to crystallize how industry has grown leadership and talent over the years.
Pics: Prince Kofi Amoabeng and Roland Agambire
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