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Arlington, VA– International nonprofit TechnoServe announced that Kofi Adjepong-Boateng has joined its board of directors following a successful vote held at the board’s meeting in March.

Mr. Adjepong-Boateng has had a distinguished career spanning finance, academia, and philanthropy. He currently serves as a non-executive director of the Pembani Remgro Infrastructure Fund and sits on the main board of Helios Fairfax Partners Corporation, which is listed on the Toronto Stock Exchange. Previously, Mr. Adjepong-Boateng co-founded the corporate advisory firm, First Africa Group, and served as vice chairman at Standard Chartered Bank Group. In the past, he has served as a non-executive senior adviser at Credit Suisse AG.

He has also held a number of roles at some of the United Kingdom’s most prestigious universities. Mr. Adjepong-Boateng is currently based at King’s College, Cambridge and holds a research position at the Centre for Financial History at Cambridge University. Previously, he served on the policy committee at the Centre for the Study of African Economies at Oxford University and was on the board of trustees of SOAS, University of London.

In 2020, Mr. Adjepong-Boateng was awarded Commander of the British Empire for his contributions to philanthropy.

We are thrilled to add a respected leader like Kofi to our board of directors. Across a diverse and successful career, he has shown a commitment to TechnoServe’s vision of creating a sustainable world where all people in low-income communities can prosper.

TechnoServe board chairs Rachel Hines and Michael Bush

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