Ghanaian entrepreneur and Principal Economics Officer at the Ministry of Finance, Atta Dabone Snr, has been accorded the Global Business Excellence Commitment (Glo-BC) Award 2018.
The Glo-BC is awarded by the Global Business Confederation, an international organisation that recognises and drives the advances of outsourcing business, entrepreneurs and corporate executives around the world.
The Confederation is based in Johannesburg, South Africa, and has agencies in over 20 countries.
In April this year, he won the Alumnus of the Month (ALMO) award by the Tokyo-based Graduate Institute of Policy Studies (GRIPS).
That award recognises alumni from the GRIPS who have made exceptional contributions to their field of the profession as GRIPS ambassadors, or who are otherwise championing projects to develop their societies.
He works at the Front Office Unit within the Debt Management Division of the Finance Ministry and has been working on structured Finance projects for over a decade – notable among them is the Export Credit Agencies (ECAs).
He holds a Diploma in Debt Management from the West African Institute for Financial and Economic Management (WAIFEM).