• Ransford Agyei
    Acting Director- General
    Ransford Agyei is an astute and very experienced auditor. He holds a Bachelor of Commerce (Hons) degree from the University of Cape Coast and an MBA (Finance) from Ghana’s premier ivory tower, University of Ghana. Prior to joining the Agency, Ransford worked with the Ghana Audit Service for almost two decades. A veteran in auditing, Ransford has led teams to audit many public institutions and was once the head of the team that audited Bank of Ghana’s Foreign Operations.
    He has brought his profound knowledge in auditing and investigation to bear on the work of the Internal Audit Agency.
  • Thomas Nii Ashaley Thompson-Aryee
    Deputy Director-General (FASS)
    Thomas N.A. Thompson-Aryee is a Chartered Accountant and has been involved in Internal Auditing and Financial Management for over twenty (20) years. He has assisted TAC Accounting Services, an Accounting Firm in providing consultancy services for some reputable firms in the areas of Management and Financial Accounting as well as Tax computations. He holds an MBA in Strategic and Project Management from Paris Graduate School of Management. He is a key decision maker in providing efficient and effective financial management and administrative support to the Agency. He holds accreditation in Quality Assessment/Validation from the Institute of Internal Auditors. He is a member of the Project Management Institute (PMI) and the Institute of Internal Auditors (IIA) as well as the Institute of Chartered Accountants (Ghana). He has asisted various organisations in planning and conducting of audit engagements as well as resolving audit findings. He serves as a member of the Audit Committee in ten (10) public institutions and has a Top Secret clearance.
  • Mercy Naa Aku Offei-Koranteng
    Director, Finance and Corporate Planning

    Mercy has over 17 years’ experience, working with both the public and private sector.
    She was educated at the University of Science and Technology (now Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology) and the University of Ghana Business School (UGBS). She is a Chartered Accountant, holds an Executive MBA degree in Project Management and a first degree in Social Sciences.
    She is a member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants Ghana (ICAG), Institute of Internal Auditors (IIA), Institute of Public Administration Canada (IPAC) and a Gender Focal Representative of the 5-year Ghana-IPAC-Alberta Partnership on Democratic Governance Program; the program seeks to facilitate the setting up of risk teams to champion Enterprise Risk Management in selected public institutions.
    Mercy started her accounting practice with Pannell Kerr Forster (PKF), a firm of Chartered Accountants and Management Consultants, in 1997, and rose through the ranks to Audit Senior. Her 10 years of practice in PKF enabled her to garner substantial experience in accounting, internal and external auditing. She led a number of teams to audit and provide accounting services to various reputable corporate firms.
    Before assuming the position of Director for Finance and Administration in the Internal Audit Agency, she was the Head of the Audit and Investigation (Inspections) Section.
    She is the Agency’s representative on five Public Institutions’ Audit Committees.
  • Armstrong Agualey Amanor
    Director, Operations
    Armstrong has worked with various organizations in the private and public sector for over twenty (20) years.  He was an Audit Examiner at the Ghana Audit Service, a Branch Accountant/Manager and the Head of the Financial Accounts Unit in a Financial Institution, and a Senior Accountant in charge of revenue monitoring of MDAs at the Controller and Accountant General’s Department.
    He holds an EMBA (Finance) Degree from the University of Ghana Business School – Legon. He is a member of the Institute of Chartered Accounts (Gh), and the Institute of Internal Auditors (USA), and holds a Diploma in Public Sector  Accounting from the  Institute of Accountancy Training (Ministry of Finance).
  • Benjamin Sowah Adjetey
  • Director Technical, Monitoring and Evaluation.
    Ben is a Chartered Accountant and a fellow of the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (FCCA). He is also a member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants – Ghana (ICAG), Advanced Commonwealth Thematic Fellow in Internal Audit & Risk Management (Ontario, Canada), member of the Institute of Internal Auditors (IIA) and the Institute of Public Administration of Canada.
    He holds a Master’s Degree (MSc) from the London South Bank University (UK), Post Chartered Diploma in Forensic Audit from the ICAG, accreditation in Quality Assessment/ Validation from the IIA and certification in Results-Based Monitoring and Evaluation from the Uganda Management Institute. He has received training in Project Management (Montreal - Canada) and Risk Management, including the application of the 'Bow Tie' method to assessing and managing risk (Alberta - Canada).
    Ben has several years’ experience in auditing, finance, and project management – including managing donor funded projects. He has been involved in designing new and improved financial management procedures for private and public sector organizations, conducted audit and review assignments as well as due diligence audits. He is anAdjunct Lecturer at one of the public universitiesand has offered training and facilitated workshops to many public institutions in governance, risk management, internal control and fraud. He has also provided hands-on training support for staff of Internal Audit Units as well as facilitated integrated risk management workshops to heads and senior managers in the public sector of Ghana and Botswana.
    He currently serves on the Audit Committee (AC) of 10 public institutions.

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