Renowned Investment Broker, Sam Ankrah, has received an award for his Special Achievement in bringing lots of investors into Ghana.
The honor is an international awards ceremony celebrating achievements within the British Ghanaian community.

The Ghanaian investment broker, Sam Ankrah runs Gamank Investment group, an investment banking boutique dedicated to inbound and outbound cross border deal solutions focused on emerging marker companies,
The primary goal for this company is to connect global pools of capital and new pocket of opportunity with their continually growing emerging market clientele thus creating win-win solutions.

Mr. Sam Ankrah was one of 22 leading figures and organizations within the British African community that was honoured at the annual Ghana UK Based Achiel’emC11t (GUBA) Awards Ceremony in London,
According to the GUBA founder and British-based Ghanaian TV star, Dentaa Amoateng the awards was given to him because he has achieved and done so much for the Ghanaian economy.

She said: “It was a joy to honour the achievements of so many fantastic individuals and groups, He ‘and all our nominees prove just how much British Ghanaians contribute to society.”

Dubbed ‘The GHoscars’, GUBA recognizes the “hugely significant” contribution that British-Ghanaians make to society in the business and commerce, professional, sports and entertainment sectors.

Since the first awards ceremony in 2010, GUBA has received the backing of figures such as Cherie Blair, FIFA President, Sepp Blatter and Lord Paul Boateng, the UK’s first black Cabinet Minister as well as The Ghana High Commission, British High Commission in Ghana and Ghana Ministry of Tourism for its role in promoting Ghana and Ghanaian achievements in the UK.

Special guests at this year’s GUBA Awards which took place at the Park Plaza Riverbank Hotel in central London included Diane Abbott MP, British High Commissioner to Ghana Peter Jones, England and QPR footballer Anton Ferdinand, Olympic 400m silver medalist Christine Ohuruogu, Miss Ghana Esther Titi-Lartey, Ghanaian musician Asem and GUBA patron Hugh Quarshie.

For 2012, categories in the GUBA Awards were divided into four sections representing the Ghanaian Flag: Red (Business & Enterprise); Gold (Popular Culture); Green (Community) and Black Star (Recognition Awards).

The winners were decided by a panel of judges and public vote, with over 20,000 votes being cast in total.

The special Achievement Awards were given to Sir Sam Jonah, the Executive Chairman of Jonah Capital, Investment broker, Sam Ankrah, entrepreneur and owner of RLG Roland Agambire, Dennis Tawiah of AKWAABA Promotions and Eliza-Joy Agyemang Duah, a 6 year old author of two internationally published children’s books.

Mr. Sam Ankrah was grateful to GUBA and hoped this inspires others to take advantage of everything his great organization has to offer.
According to the Investment broker, winning the award, as humbling as it is, will in turn bring new attention to the Issues that matter to him most in the business sector.