The Managing Director of Absa Bank Ghana, Abena Osei-Poku, has been recognised as a top corporate personality in the country at the 6th Ghana Women of the Year Honours recently organised by Glitz Africa.

Mrs Osei-Poku was among 13 remarkable women from diverse fields who were celebrated at the awards ceremony for using their expertise, position and influence to inspire others to make a difference in driving other women forward.

Abena Osei-Poku was named the Corporate Personality of the Year, an honour which is in recognition of her inspiring achievements, exemplary leadership in Ghana’s financial sector and her commitment to upholding good corporate governance as well as supporting people’s dreams and possibilities through the provision of financial services, solutions and opportunities.

Absa Bank MD, Abena Osei-Poku named top Corporate Personality at Ghana Women of the Year Honours

Commenting on the announcement, Mrs Osei-Poku said, “I am truly humbled and honoured by this recognition. As a leader, my passion and commitment are to give meaning to people’s lives, and this remains my guiding principle as we continue to drive shared prosperity for all”.

As the Managing Director of Absa Bank Ghana, Abena Osei-Poku has demonstrated integrity and innovation in Ghana’s financial sector, and most importantly, sustained business growth.

The Ghana Women of the Year Honours is a night where women excelling and making a great impact in various fields of endeavour are acknowledged, and their stories are shared to inspire the next generation of ambitious and impact-conscious women.

Other women honorees were Ghana’s Foreign Minister Hon. Shirley Ayorkor Botchwey, Patricia Obo-Nai, CEO of Vodafone Ghana, Former Chief Justice Georgina T. Wood, Eng. Carlien Bou-Chedid, Independent Structural /Earth Engineer and President of FAEO, Dr Juliet Cuakli, Founder and Medical Director of Child Accra, among others.