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This profile was last updated on 12/13/12  and contains information from public web pages.

Mr. Emmanuel Asiedu-Mante

Wrong Emmanuel Asiedu-Mante?

Board Chairman

Stanbic Bank Ghana
 
Background

Employment History

  • Deputy Governor
    Bank of Ghana
  • Central Banker, Spent Many Years
    Bank of Ghana
  • Probationary Officer
    Bank of Ghana
  • Governor
    Deputy
  • Governor of BoG
    Deputy
  • Governor of BoG, Urged Managements
    Deputy
  • Chairman
    BoG's Transition Apex Steering Committee 97
  • Contributor
    Ghana Review International

Board Memberships and Affiliations

62 Total References
Web References
The book, titled: Rural Banking in ...
www.eppbookservices.com, 13 Dec 2012 [cached]
The book, titled: Rural Banking in Ghana, is authored by a former Deputy Governor of the Bank of Ghana, Mr Emmanuel Asiedu-Mante.
The book seeks to provide guidance to bankers (both under training and practising) and also serve as a reference on rural banking in Ghana.
Mr Asiedu-Mante, currently the Board Chairman of Stanbic Bank Ghana, a member of the Standard Bank Group, served at the central bank for about 38 years during which time he gained considerable experience in rural banking activities and regulations.
He was also the Chairman of the Bank of Ghana's Transition Apex Steering Committee that was set up to see to the formation of an Apex Body for the rural banks.
The 340 page book titled "Rural ...
www.mancapitalghana.com, 28 Sept 2011 [cached]
The 340 page book titled "Rural Banking in Ghana" was written by Mr Emmanuel Asiedu-Mante, Board Chairman of Stanbic Bank Ghana and a former Deputy Governor of the Bank of Ghana (BoG).
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Mr. Asiedu-Mante joined the BoG as a probationary officer in November 1967 and rose through the ranks to become a Deputy Governor.
He served at the central bank for about 38 years, during which time he gained considerable experience in rural banking activities and regulations. He is credited with the establishment of the National Banking College.
He was the Chairman of the BoG's Transition Apex Steering Committee 97, a committee set up to see to the formation of an Apex Body for the Rural Banks.
Mr Emmanuel Asiedu-Mante ...
graphic.com.gh [cached]
Mr Emmanuel Asiedu-Mante (right), Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Bankers explaining a point during the open forum. Those with him are Prof. Felix Ankomah Asante (left) and Mr Tony Oteng-Gyasi.
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Mr Emmanuel Asiedu-Mante (right), Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Bankers explaining a point during the open forum.
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Whereas the former Deputy Bank of Ghana Governor, Mr Emmanuel Asiedu-Mante, contended that the current energy crisis continued to crumble the business sector, Professor Felix Asante of the Institute of Statistical, Social and Economic Research (ISSER) at the University of Ghana, Legon, said employers were more likely to cut down labour force if the situation persisted.
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Mr Asiedu-Mante said unless immediate solutions to the energy problem were pursued with urgency, Ghana's business sector would suffer heavily in 2015.
"It is apparent that every sector of the economy is reeling under the pressure of the energy crisis, households are hurting and businesses are crumbling and jeopardising growth in industry and the services sectors," he said.
According to Mr Asiedu-Mante, even though Ghanaians had observed some momentum in seeking solutions to improve the generation mix over the medium to long term, "the short-term solutions for ending the power crisis are far from clear."
He said the latest release by the Ghana Statistical Service had revealed that the protracted energy crisis, lower commodity prices, rising inflation and lower budgeted government expenditure took a major toll on the country's economy in 2014.
"That is why I cannot but emphasise the need to find immediate solution to the energy crisis in particular as it has the potential to weaken growth prospects in 2015 and beyond," Mr Asiedu-Mante said.
A former First Deputy Governor of ...
graphic.com.gh, 16 Jan 2015 [cached]
A former First Deputy Governor of the Bank of Ghana, Mr Emmanuel Asiedu-Mantey, commended the company for the feat chalked up and urged staff and management to not be complacent but press towards higher achievements.
He said the job creation path the young entrepreneur had taken would support the economy, which had experienced shocks in recent times and needed such initiatives from individuals and corporate institutions to bring about change.
Home
www.asiedumante.com [cached]
Mr. Emmanuel Asiedu-Mante is a renowned central banker, spent many years with Bank of Ghana (BoG), joined BoG in November 1967 and worked in several departments of the Bank.
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