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Meet the 7 wealthiest Ghanaian dollar millionaires.

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Ghana’s wealthiest individuals continue to shun its local bourse, preferring to build their fortunes through privately-owned companies. A tiny handful of high net-worth individuals keep a portion of their investment portfolios in listed equities on Ghana’s largely illiquid stock market. These are the seven richest people who own stocks listed on the Ghana Stock Exchange.

1. Daniel Ofori

Net worth on the GES: $28.5 Million

Daniel Ofori is the richest investor on the Ghana Stock Exchange. His portfolio includes a 7.49-percent stake in GCB bank worth $17.85 million. He also owns stakes in Calbank, SIC Insurance and Societe General Ghana.

2. Frank Adu

On the GSE, he has a net worth of $1.9 million.

Calbank is a company that has a lot of assets.

Calbank, one of Ghana’s largest commercial banks, is owned by Frank Adu, who controls 2.63 percent of the company. His investment is valued at $1.9 million. Adu served as the bank’s immediate past CEO and was named African Banker of the Year in 2018. Adu, who worked at Calbank for 30 years until retiring last year, is credited with changing the company from a tin mine to a thriving financial institution.

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Frank Adu

3. Ebenezer Twum Asante

On the GSE, his net worth is $1.69 million.

Scancom PLC is a holding company (MTN Ghana)

Ebenezer Twum Asante was the first Ghanaian to oversee Scancom PLC, Ghana’s largest telecommunications business (MTN Ghana). He owns a 0.065% interest in the company, valued at $1.69 million.

4. Kojo Annim Addo

On the GSE, his net worth is $971,639 dollars.

Standard Chartered Ghana and Benso Oil are among the company’s holdings.

Investor Kojo Anim-Addo owns a 0.23 percent interest in Standard Chartered Ghana worth $952,339 and a 0.14 percent stake in Benso Oil worth $19,300 on the Ghana Stock Exchange.

5.Joseph Siaw Agyepong

On the GSE, my net worth is $867,548.

Access Bank Ghana Plc is the company’s holdings.

Joseph Siaw Agyepong, the executive chairman of Jospong Group of Companies and one of Ghana’s most well-known businesspeople, holds 1,500,000 shares in Access Bank Ghana Plc, or 0.86 percent of the company. The stock is valued at $867,548.

6. Gideo Amenuvor

On the GSE, your net worth is $583,927.

Societe General Ghana Holdings

Gideon Amenuvor, a GSE investor, owns a 0.52% interest in Ghana’s Societe General Ghana, a commercial bank.

7. Benjamin Fosu

On the GSE, his net worth is $467,141 dollars.

Calbank is a company that has a lot of assets.

Calbank is owned by Benjamin Fosu, who owns a 0.65% stake worth $467,141.

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