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Prince Kofi Amoabeng

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Unique Trust Financial Services Limited

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Unique Trust Financial Services Limited

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Unique Trust Financial Services Limited (UTFS) is a Non-Bank Financial Institution (Finance House), Licensed by the Bank of Ghana since February 1997. We serve the needs of indigenous traders, exporters and importers, and general business organizations/peopl... more.

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Prince Kofi Amoabeng, Chief Executive Officer of Unique Trust Bank (UT Bank) is reportedly vacating his position today....


PRINCE KOFI AMOABENG : The rising star

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PRINCE KOFI AMOABENG : The rising star
Group News >> Media Some say that successful entrepreneurs are born and not made. Others disagree, saying good entrepreneurship is a talent that can be learned and nurtured. The truth probably lies somewhere in the middle. The desire to create and grow a business - large or small - requires a combination of character, talent, vision, energy, timing and bit of luck. What are some of the leading characteristics of a successful entrepreneur? Take Ghanaian born Prince Kofi Amoabeng as a case in point. He dropped a military career to pursue a profession in finance, evolving from an introductory service linking friends who had money to invest with those that needed to borrow for their businesses. Today, Mr. Amoabeng is the Chief Executive Officer of UT Bank (formerly UT Financial Services) in a one-room office with a staff of four (4). Founded in 1997, they aim at providing customers with fast and efficient short-term loans and real returns on investments. The company succeeded because he served the needs of indigenous traders, exporters and importers, as well as business organizations/people not catered for by the traditional banks. Their clients are their most prized assets, thus providing them with quality and prompt services is their first priority, according to the business magnate. From a very humble beginning, UT Group is now ranked high in the Ghana Club 100. currently, UT is a Holding company with seven subsidiaries with staff strength of over 900 people and 27 branches scattered, over seven, out of the ten regions of Ghana, with an estimated turnover of $30 million. From a very humble beginning, UT Financial Services now UT Bank and UT Group is now a household in Ghana and Africa at large. As part of their global "walk with Giants" campaign, Johnnie Walker last year unveiled him as new Ghanaian Giant. Mr. Amoabeng is the recent recipient of the Johnnie Walker Bank of the Year Award. His personal journey has taken him from military officer to highly-successful, awardwinning entrepreneur. His career, with UT Bank as well as other endervours such as his role on the Council of Enablis Ghana, has been characterized by a desire to encouraging entrepreneurial spirit in Ghana. Prince Kofi Amoabeng is the CEO of UT Bank and the UT Group. He is a retired military officer (Captain) and an investment consultant. He graduated from the premier Business School in Ghana, University of Ghana Business School, with B.Sc Admin (Accounting). He is a fellow of the Chartered Institute Management Accountants (CMA-UK) and a member of Chartered Accountants CA (GH). From 1992-2003, he lectured at the Ghana Stock Exchange. He has extensive experience in managing businesses through excellent customer relations, strategic and tactical business planning as well as strategic partnerships. Mr Amoabeng had earlier ventured into various enterprises working with companies like Opayesco Wood Processing Company Limited, Jamhaus Limited, K.K Power Company Limited and P.K Amoabeng Enterprise Limited AWARDS Mr. Amoabeng's sterling leadership and entrepreneurial skills has won him and his company a number of laurels. Among his awards are: Prince Kofi Amoabeng has been on the board since he founded Unique Trust in 1997. Mr. Amoabeng is also a member of the Board of Directors of the Ghana Interbank Payment Settlement System (GhIPSS), member of the Council of Enablis Ghana (Canadian Entrepreneurial NGO), and member of the International Advisory Board of China Europe International Business School (CEIBS), in Ghana. PRINCE KOFI AMOABENG AS A PHILANTHROPIST Through the UT Group, the seasoned entrepreneur has supported many civil society organizations with several millions of Ghana cedis . These include the Ghana Heart Foundation, Ghana Blind Union, Ghana Trust Fund, Light Outreach International, Family Outreach Ghana, Countryside Orphanage, Ghana Education Centre and orphanages across the length and breadth of the country. Mr. Amoabeng also extended his generosity to a number of individual, especially students of both secondary and tertiary education. AS A SPORTMAN As the maxim goes: "All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy", Mr. Amoabeng moves from the heavy loaded business desk to engage in some sporting activities. He is a prolific golfer. Mr. Amoabeng is an active member of the Tafo Golf Club. In Ghana, Mr. Amoabeng is an entrepreneur who makes majority of Ghanaians and African in general very proud. This quotation best fits well with the humble and affable Mr. Amoabeng, whose story can be told. Entrepreneurship is a key driver of our economy. Wealth and a high majority of jobs are created by small businesses started by entrepreneurially-minded individuals like Mr. Amoabeng and his partner.


Logistics: Ghana's leading commodities trader and a provider of logistics solutions.

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PRINCE KOFI AMOABENG: The Rising Star
Logistics: Ghana's leading commodities trader and a provider of logistics solutions. PRINCE KOFI AMOABENG: The Rising Star Media | News Some say that successful entrepreneurs are born and not made. Take Ghanaian born Prince Kofi Amoabeng as a case in point. He dropped a military career to pursue a profession in finance, evolving from an introductory service linking friends who had money to invest with those that needed to borrow for their businesses. Today, Mr. Amoabeng is the Chief Executive Officer of UT Bank (formerly UT Financial Services) in a one-room office with a staff of four (4). Founded in 1997, they aim at providing customers with fast and efficient short-term loans and real returns on investments. The company succeeded because he served the needs of indigenous traders, exporters and importers, as well as business organizations/people not catered for by the traditional banks. Mr. Amoabeng is the recent recipient of the Johnnie Walker Bank of the Year Award. His personal journey has taken him from military officer to highly-successful, awardwinning entrepreneur. His career, with UT Bank as well as other endervours such as his role on the Council of Enablis Ghana, has been characterized by a desire to encouraging entrepreneurial spirit in Ghana. Prince Kofi Amoabeng is the CEO of UT Bank and the UT Group. He is a retired military officer (Captain) and an investment consultant. He graduated from the premier Business School in Ghana, University of Ghana Business School, with B.Sc Admin (Accounting). He is a fellow of the Chartered Institute Management Accountants (CMA-UK) and a member of Chartered Accountants CA (GH). From 1992-2003, he lectured at the Ghana Stock Exchange. He has extensive experience in managing businesses through excellent customer relations, strategic and tactical business planning as well as strategic partnerships. Mr Amoabeng had earlier ventured into various enterprises working with companies like Opayesco Wood Processing Company Limited, Jamhaus Limited, K.K Power Company Limited and P.K Amoabeng Enterprise Limited AWARDS Mr. Amoabeng's sterling leadership and entrepreneurial skills has won him and his company a number of laurels. Among his awards are: Prince Kofi Amoabeng has been on the board since he founded Unique Trust 1997. Mr. Amoabeng is also a member of the Board of Directors of the Ghana Interbank Payment Settlement System (GhIPSS), member of the Council of Enablis Ghana (Canadian Entrepreneurial NGO) and member of the International Advibank Payment Settlement System (GhIPSS), member of the Council of Enablis Ghana (Canadian Entrepreneurial NGO) and member of the International Advisory Board of China Europe International Business School (CEIBS), in Ghana. PRINCE KOFI AMOABENG AS A PHILANTHROPIST Through the UT Group, the seasoned entrepreneur has supported many civil society organizations with several millions of Ghana cedis . These include the Ghana Heart Foundation, Ghana Blind Union, Ghana Trust Fund, Light Outreach International, Family Outreach Ghana, Countryside Orphanage, Ghana Education Centre and orphanages across the length and breadth of the country. Mr. Amoabeng also extended his generosity to a number of inpidual, especially students of both secondary and tertiary education. AS A SPORTMAN As the maxim goes: "All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy", Mr. Amoabeng moves from the heavy loaded business desk to engage in some sporting activities. He is a prolific golfer. Mr. Amoabeng is an active member of the Tafo Golf Club. In Ghana, Mr. Amoabeng is an entrepreneur who makes majority of Ghanaians and African in general very proud. This quotation best fits well with the humble and affable Mr. Amoabeng, whose story can be told. Entrepreneurship is a key driver of our economy. Wealth and a high majority of jobs are created by small businesses started by entrepreneurially-minded inpiduals like Mr. Amoabeng and his partner.


PRINCE KOFI AMOABENG : The rising star | Holdings News | NEWS & MEDIA

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PRINCE KOFI AMOABENG : The rising star
Some say that successful entrepreneurs are born and not made. Take Ghanaian born Prince Kofi Amoabeng as a case in point. He dropped a military career to pursue a profession in finance, evolving from an introductory service linking friends who had money to invest with those that needed to borrow for their businesses. Today, Mr. Amoabeng is the Chief Executive Officer of UT Bank (formerly UT Financial Services) in a one-room office with a staff of four (4). Founded in 1997, they aim at providing customers with fast and efficient short-term loans and real returns on investments. The company succeeded because he served the needs of indigenous traders, exporters and importers, as well as business organizations/people not catered for by the traditional banks. Mr. Amoabeng is the recent recipient of the Johnnie Walker Bank of the Year Award. His personal journey has taken him from military officer to highly-successful, award winning entrepreneur. His career, with UT Bank as well as other endervours such as his role on the Council of Enablis Ghana, has been characterized by a desire to encouraging entrepreneurial spirit in Ghana. Prince Kofi Amoabeng is the CEO of UT Bank and the UT Group. He is a retired military officer (Captain) and an investment consultant. He graduated from the premier Business School in Ghana, University of Ghana Business School, with BSc Admin (Accounting). He is a fellow of the Chartered Institute Management Accountants (CMA-UK) and a member of Chartered Accountants CA (GH). From 1992-2003, he lectured at the Ghana Stock Exchange. He has extensive experience in managing businesses through excellent customer relations, strategic and tactical business planning as well as strategic partnerships. Mr Amoabeng had earlier ventured into various enterprises working with companies like Opayesco Wood Processing Company Limited, Jamhaus Limited, K.K Power Company Limited and P.K Amoabeng Enterprise Limited AWARDS Mr. Amoabeng's sterling leadership and entrepreneurial skills has won him and his company a number of laurels. Among his awards are: Prince Kofi Amoabeng has been on the board since he founded Unique Trust 1997. Mr. Amoabeng is also a member of the Board of Directors of the Ghana Interbank Payment Settlement System (GhIPSS), member of the Council of Enablis Ghana (Canadian Entrepreneurial NGO) and member of the International Advisory Board of China Europe International Business School (CEIBS), in Ghana. PRINCE KOFI AMOABENG AS A PHILANTHROPIST Through the UT Group, the seasoned entrepreneur has supported many civil society organizations with several millions of Ghana cedis . These include the Ghana Heart Foundation, Ghana Blind Union, Ghana Trust Fund, Light Outreach International, Family Outreach Ghana, Countryside Orphanage, Ghana Education Centre and orphanages across the length and breadth of the country. Mr. Amoabeng also extended his generosity to a number of individual, especially students of both secondary and tertiary education. AS A SPORTMAN As the maxim goes: "All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy", Mr. Amoabeng moves from the heavy loaded business desk to engage in some sporting activities. He is a prolific golfer. Mr. Amoabeng is an active member of the Tafo Golf Club. In Ghana, Mr. Amoabeng is an entrepreneur who makes majority of Ghanaians and African in general very proud. This quotation best fits well with the humble and affable Mr. Amoabeng, whose story can be told. Entrepreneurship is a key driver of our economy. Wealth and a high majority of jobs are created by small businesses started by entrepreneurially-minded individuals like Mr. Amoabeng and his partner.


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