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Ken Ofori Atta Net worth 2024



Ken Ofori Atta Net worth

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Ken Ofori-Atta is a co-founder of Databank and serves as its Executive Chairman. Ken worked with Salomon Brothers and Morgan Stanley in New York before moving to Ghana to start Databank with his partner. He currently serves on a number of publicly listed companies in Africa, a few of which include Chairman of Trust Bank Limited in the Gambia and the Acumen Fund, Africa. Read more on Ken Ofori Atta Net worth here

Ken was honored as a Donaldson Fellow at Yale University and is the first African-born to receive the John Jay Award from Columbia University which is presented to alumni of Columbia College in recognition of his commitment to a new generation of African leaders. He is Vice Chairman of Women’s World Banking Ltd in Ghana and Chairman of International Bank of Liberia.

Headquartered in Ghana and with a presence in Liberia and The Gambia, Databank was one of the first investment banks to emerge from West Africa and is now Ghana’s leading asset management firm. He co-founded Databank in 1990 with Keli Gadzekpo which provides corporate finance advisory, stock brokerage, fund management, private equity and research services to a global client base. Over the past 25 years, Databank has been instrumental in the development of the Ghanaian capital market and has built a strong reputation for its pioneering work, including the creation of Ghana’s first stock market index.

Ken Ofori Atta Net worth

Ken net worth is estimated to be 260 million dollars.

Ken has been Chairman and Board member of the following corporations: Family Ventures and Offices in Ghana; Chairman of Trust Bank Ltd in The Gambia; International Bank of Liberia, Bank of Kigali in Rwanda, Enterprise Life in Ghana, and pan-African Databank AgriFund for SME Agribusiness with investments in Madagascar, Cameroun, Zimbabwe, Zambia, South Africa, Burkina Faso, Nigeria, and Ethiopia.

Ken has other business interests in Insurance, Retail Banking, Private Equity, Microfinance, Pharmaceuticals, and Real Estate.