Stanchart Ghana appoints first-ever female Executive Director

Standard Chartered Ghana has appointed the Head of Global Markets, Mansa Nettey to its Board. This is the first time the Bank has named a female as an Executive Director in its 118 year history in Ghana.

Mansa first joined the Management team of the Bank, two years ago as Head of Global Markets and also played an integral role in the Bank’s thought-leadership agenda with Government and Regulators.  

In her new capacity as an Executive Director, she will be required to leverage on her technical expertise and extensive network to build a stronger and more competitive business across the country.

Commenting on her appointment, Kweku Bedu-Addo, Chief Executive of Standard Chartered Ghana said: “We are delighted to have Mansa join our board in Ghana. It is a massive addition and a historic achievement which also represents a boost to the Bank’s Diversity and Inclusion credentials”.

Mansa, a product of Manchester Business School as well as a qualified Pharmacist, joined the bank’s Corporate Banking team in 1998 from Price Water House Coopers.  

She rose through the ranks to the position of Head of Financial Markets Sales across West Africa.

In this role, she was instrumental in assisting corporate and government entities to understand and adopt value added financial market products.

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