Ghana Management Committee

Representation and Advocacy

Our international management committees play a crucial role in overseeing and advancing AIA’s standing in the accounting profession in their jurisdictions.

The Ghana Branch was formed on 20 September 2001.

The committee acts as a voice for our members in their region. It advocates for their interests, ensuring their concerns, needs, and perspectives are considered in policymaking, regulatory changes, and industry developments.

They work to establish and maintain relationships with governmental bodies and local professional organisations to further recognition of the AIA Professional Qualification and the reputation of the Association.


Use of IFRS:  Information on the regulatory authority overseeing financial reporting standards, the extent to which IFRS is endorsed or mandated, as well as any requirements or practices regarding the translation of standards into local language.

Education and Networking

The international management committees are also key in providing additional services and support to AIA members in their countries.

The committee contributes to the Association’s Continuing Professional Development (CPD) programmes, ensuring our members have access to high-quality educational resources and opportunities for skill and knowledge enhancement throughout their careers.

They also forge relationships with local educational institutions, creating opportunities for members to enhance their professional qualifications and facilitating pathways for aspiring professionals to enter the field.

The committee also perform the vital function of enabling connections among members, creating a peer network that allows professionals to exchange ideas, share best practices, and collaborate.

Organising social events fosters camaraderie among members, promotes networking in a more informal setting, and strengthens our professional community by creating spaces for social interaction and relationship building.

Office Bearers

Seth Ganu (Togbe Korku Ganu III), President

Seth Ganu (Togbe Korku Ganu III)



Seth has extensive knowledge of finance and management, currently acting as Managing Director of First Corporate Options Ltd, a management, financial, investment and ICT consultancy, procurement and indenting agency; Weightron International Ltd, the West African representative company of Weightron Bilanciai Group, Europe’s largest weighbridge manufacturers; and Viset Unag Consult Ltd, a financial and management consultancy. Seth advises national and international companies on trade, investment and general management. He is a skilled negotiator and is experienced in international trade and management.


Wisdom Kwaku Anani, Honorary Secretary

Wisdom Kwaku Anani

Honorary Secretary


Wisdom Kwaku Anani has varied professional experiences within and outside of Ghana, spanning over 40 years in Accounting, Auditing, Taxation, Investments and other financial instruments.

Wisdom was awarded the 'Worker of the Year Certificate' in the Accounts Department of the State Insurance Corporation of Ghana in 1974.

He is one of two accountants who complied the Insurance Accounting Syllabus for the West African Insurance Institute in 1982.  In collaboration with Information Technology Professionals, Wisdom set up the Accounting Structure of Donewell Insurance Company Limited in 1992/1993.

A-N Microfinance Services Limited is Wisdom's brain-child as he promoted its establishment and was employed as its Chief Executive Officer.

He is a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Ghana, Fellow of Chartered Institute of Tax and a Fellow member of the AIA.  He also holds Ghana Securities Industry Certificate; having passed the prescribed examinations by the Ghana Stock Exchange.

Wisdom is a Presbyter of the Evangelical Presbyterian Church, Ghana.


Emmanuel Kofi Bonney, Honorary Treasurer

Emmanuel Kofi Bonney

Honorary Treasurer


Emmanuel Kofi Bonney (formerly Franklin Kofi Bonney) is the Managing Partner of F. K. Bonney & Co. and owner of K. Bonney & Associates, LLC. Atlanta, Georgia, U.S.A. He provides accounting and taxation services to his clients.

He has over 54 years working experience in the field of accountancy. He has worked with a reputable corporation and accounting firms in public practice in Ghana and in the U.S.A. He has also worked as a Regional Accountant for Africa with World Vision International Food Security Program for Africa, handling U.S. grants to overseas countries.

He is a full member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants, (Ghana).


Committee Members

Robert Maison, Committee Member

Robert Maison

Committee Member


Robert Archibald Maison has been in professional practice since August 1998; practising Auditing and Investigation as well as Taxation.

As the firm manager for B. Omane-Antwi Consult since 1998, providing services in taxation, accountancy, auditing, and management consultancy.

Robert's career journey includes roles in professional training, consultancy, and leading audit teams for significant projects. 

He was a team leader of a consortium of two consulting firms that carried out an assessment of financial management capability of the Ministry of Health Institutions in the Central Region of Ghana as well as the team leader of another consortium of two consulting firms that provided Hands-on-Accountancy training to selected Ministry of Health Budget Management Centres in the Upper East, Central and Ashanti Regions in Ghana in 1996 and 1997

His contributions to the Ghana Education Service under various programs have enhanced financial management capabilities nationwide.

Robert is an Associate member of the AIA and member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants, Ghana.


Ernest Anaba Akapale, Committee Member

Ernest Anaba Akapale

Committee Member


Ernest Anaba Akapale holds an MSc Accounting and Finance, B. A Integrated Business Studies and a Diploma in Integrated Management Studies.  He is a member of Association of International Accountants, Institute of Chartered Accountants Ghana and Institute of Financial Accountants. 

His work career started as an Accounts officer with Community Water and Sanitation Agency (CWSA) in Ghana, precisely Jirapa Municipal in August 2017 and was promoted to the rank of an Assistant Accountant and transferred to Savannah Regional Office in April 2021 to deputise the regional Accountant.

In June 2023 he was promoted to the rank of a substantive Accountant and transferred to head the Upper East Regional Accounts Unit, until December 2023.

Ernest currently works for Lively Minds Ghana within the Finance Unit.  The aim of the company is to get all preschoolers in rural Ghana school-ready and creating a world in which all children have the opportunity to develop their skills and talents and are given the chance to reach their full potential in life.

Emmanuel Kofi Mintah, Committee Member

Emmanuel Kofi Mintah

Committee Member


Dr Emmanuel Kofi Mintah is a seasoned finance professional and educator known for his contributions to both academia and organisational leadership.

Currently serving as the Head of Finance at SDA College of Education, Dr Mintah oversees financial operations while also lecturing part-time at Valley View Ghana Conference.  Additionally, he holds an executive committee position focusing on Finance and Audit for Mountain View Ghana Conference of SDA Church.

With an MBA in Accounting and a Ph.D. in Accounting and Finance, Dr. Mintah brings a wealth of expertise to his roles, emphasising transparency, accountability, and academic excellence. Through his leadership and dedication, he continues to make a significant impact in the fields of finance, education, and community service.


Jones Mawuli Gidi, Committee Member

Jones Mawuli Gidi

Committee Member


Jones Mawuli Gidi is a Ghanaian professional with a Bachelor's degree in Accounting and Finance and a Master's in Public Administration, he has excelled in various roles, from finance and human resources to public relations and auditing.

Currently serving as a Senior Auditor at the Audit Service, Jones is known for his analytical skills and dedication to promoting transparency in financial management.

Branch Address

AIA Ghana Branch
PO Box CT 910

T: +233 24 444 2053
T: +233 20 813 1268 (WhatsApp)