28th February Road
(near Independence Square)
Mon - Fri 8.00 - 17.00
Sat & Sun CLOSED
SURV. PROF. FORSTER KUM- ANKAMA SARPONG

SURV. PROF. FORSTER KUM-ANKAMA SARPONG 

(BOARD MEMBER)

Surveyor Professor Forster Kum-Ankama Sarpong is a Real Estate developer for over 20 years. Recently, his Company constructed and implemented a 34-villa gated community in East Legon, Accra and the Fasthouse (UK) Building Technology in Ghana respectively.  He worked previously with the Lands Commission Secretariat (1991/1992) and Inusah & Co-Valuation Firm (1992/1993), and was involved in a number of valuations and compensation assessments, such as the resettlement of occupants of the land compulsorily acquired by the Ghana Government for the construction of the Kanda Highway, Accra.

Currently, he is the Finance Lead of the National Policy Peer Review Group of the Chartered Institute of Bankers, Ghana.  He is a Member of the Irish University Business School’s University Council (UK).  He is a Specialized Project Manager & Companion of the Institute of Management Specialists (UK).  Prof. Sarpong is a fellow of the Chartered Economists (Ghana) and Chartered Financial Managers (USA). He is also a member of the Chartered Institute of Bankers and the Ghana Institution of Surveyors.  He chairs the Boards of both Tradezone International Foods and the Ghana Branch of China-Arab & Africa Business Union.

He is a Professor of Financial Science and the former Adjunct Lecturer in Finance at the Regent University College of Science and Technology, Accra.  He has to his credit a number of articles in newspapers and peer reviewed journals.  He was Co-Editor of the book “Recent Trends in Business Management & Information Systems” – (Singapore 2016).

He holds a Doctor of Philosophy degree in Business Administration (CASS), from Ghana Communications Technology University (2019) and also a Doctorate in Financial Management from the Institute of Professional Financial Managers, UK (2015).  He also holds a Master of Business Administration (Finance) from the University of Ghana, Legon (2004) and a Bachelor of Science in Land Economy, KNUST Ghana (1991).

 

 

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