Charles Kofi Adu Boahen is a Ghanaian politician and public servant. He’s a member of the New Patriotic Social gathering and the deputy minister for Finance in Ghana.
He’s the son of Albert Adu Boahen, the New Patriotic Social gathering flagbearer within the 1992 Ghanaian basic elections.
Hon Charles Adu Boahen has over 19 years of expertise in finance, particularly in Company Finance, Funding Banking, Asset Administration, Non-public Fairness.
He had his BSc in Chemical Engineering from the College of Southern California. He additionally had his MBA from the Harvard Enterprise College.
He attended Achimota College the place he had his O Stage and Mfantsipim College the place he had his ‘A’ Stage.
He was the Director and Regional Head of Company and Funding Banking for SBSA. He was the Vice President for JP Morgan for over 5 years and Head of Funding Banking for Sub-Saharan Africa.
Previous to his appointment as a Deputy Minister for Finance, Charles was the CEO of Black Star Advisors (BSA), a boutique funding financial institution and asset administration agency, and Primrose Properties Ghana (PPG), an actual property growth firm, each of which he based in 2007.
Previous to that, Charles Adu Boahen was a Director and Regional Head of Company and Funding Banking for Normal Financial institution of South Africa.
Previous to Normal Financial institution, he was with JP Morgan for over 5 years as Vice President and Head of Funding Banking for Sub-Saharan Africa the place he was answerable for growing the Funding banking enterprise throughout sub-Saharan Africa excluding South Africa, he was additionally the JPM Senior Nation Consultant for Nigeria.
After Enterprise College, Adu Boahen joined the $400mm AIG African Infrastructure Fund as an Funding Officer.
After school, he joined Salomon Smith Barney, now a part of Citigroup, on Wall Avenue of their Funding Banking Division the place his tasks included varied company finance and mergers & acquisitions assignments, primarily within the Chemical substances and Power sector.