H.E.Papa Owusu-Ankomah, Ghana’s High Commissioner to UK and Republic of Ireland has positive comparison business executives of high lapse on their investment in Ghana.
The High Commissioner, in a initial of a turn list rendezvous array organized by Hogan Lovells in partnership with a African missions in UK on Wednesday, 29th Nov 2017, underscored a obligatory need for some-more unfamiliar approach investment as a nation seeks to lower a automation programme, emanate decent jobs and beget unfamiliar exchange.
The Hogan Lovells African Engagement Series focuses on compelling Africa as an investment destination. Hogan Lovells, one of a largest tellurian law firms with offices in London and Johannesburg, has been facilitating several investment and trade events both in Africa and in a UK.
In addition, a law organisation continues to horde many African lawyers as partial of a long-term joining to training and ability building.
The High Commissioner reiterated a fact that Ghana, has given 1992 gifted a really fast domestic sourroundings anchored on approved beliefs with extensive inherent and orthodox insurance for investors. However, a nation is nonetheless to reap entirely from this stability.
Commenting on a latest initiatives in honour of digitisation, a High Commissioner hinted that this is going to change Ghana’s growth agenda. These initiatives embody e-registration of companies, paperless clearway of products from a ports as partial of trade facilitation process, car registration and distribution of drivers license.
In anxiety to a Akufo-Addo Programme for Economic Transformation (AAPET), HE Papa Owusu-Ankomah emphasised that Ghana as a nation can't be doing a same thing over a years and grasp a opposite result. In line with this, a beginning among other things seeks to residence pursuit creation, infrastructure growth and accelerated investment in Agriculture. He also called on a CEOs to try opportunities in a agro-processing, One District One Factory, Pharmaceutical, banking finance, renewable energy, etc.
The comparison member from heading technology, manufacturing, telecoms, agri-business, finance, renewable appetite and investment companies called on a supervision to residence issues associated to official delays, merger of lands for business, diaspora impasse and infrastructure deficiencies that tend to impact business take offs.
Andrew Skipper, partner of Hogan Lovells also urged a supervision to redouble a efforts of streamlining a ‘one stop shop’ beginning to safeguard coordination and timeliness of business registration.
The High Commissioner positive a comparison member of a joining of a Ghana Mission in a United Kingdom to support and support them in creation advantageous business and investment decisions about Ghana. In assemblage were Andrew Skipper, Head of Hogan Lovells Africa practice; Abena Poku, Marketing and Business Development Manager; Jeremy Brittenden, Infrastructure Energy and Natural Resources Partner; Nathan Searle, International Arbitration Partner and Corporate Senior Associate Fergus Gallagher from Hogan Lovells. George Blankson, Head of Consular Welfare and Kofi Addo, Head of Trade Investment from a Ghana High Commission also attended a event.