Mr. Magnus Amoakwa

Magnus Amoakwa is a Chartered Accountant with over four years’ post qualification experience in Accounting, Finance and Management.

Magnus manages the day to day financial and investment activities of the Company. Before joining GLICO Pensions, he worked at the Ghana Education Service as a Principal Accountant.

Magnus graduated from the University of Cape Coast (UCC) with a Bachelor of Commerce degree and also holds an MBA in Accounting and Finance from the University of Professional Studies. He is a member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants, Ghana (ICAG).

Mr. Cassiel Ntiswin Atuliba

Mr. Cassiel Ntiswin Atuliba has over 14 years’ progressive experience in Information Technology and Project Management.

Cassiel currently is tasked with the responsibility of overseeing the data management activities of the Company while supervising the Business Development Officers of the company to achieve other operational targets.

Prior to his engagement by GLICO Pensions, Cassiel served as the Greater Accra Regional Technical Officer of the National Identification Authority and a Senior Corporate Trainer of CABAM Systems.

Cassiel graduated from the University of Wales with a degree in Business Computing and Information Systems, and also holds an MSc in Management Information Systems from the Coventry University, UK. He is a Microsoft Certified Professional.      

Mrs. Leticia Mavis Yeboah

 Mrs. Leticia Mavis Yeboah has several years’ experience in Sales, Marketing, Insurance Underwriting and Pension Scheme Administration.

Leticia started her career at GLICO Life Insurance Limited (GLICO Life) where she was instrumental in increasing the Individual Life insurance portfolio of the company while strengthening the business relationships with corporate clients.

She graduated from the Methodist University College, Ghana with a Bachelor’s degree in Human Resources and also holds a Master of Business Administration (Marketing) degree from the London School of Business and Finance.     

Mrs. Belinda Dede Tandoh

Mrs. Belinda Dede Tandoh is responsible for the financial administration of the Company. She is a professional Accountant with over twenty-six (26) years’ work experience in Accounting, Finance and Management. She is a member of the Association of Certified Chartered Accountants (ACCA) and holds an MBA (Finance) degree from the University of Ghana Business School, Legon.

Before she joined GLICO Pensions as the Finance Manager and later rose through the ranks to her current position, Mrs. Tandoh was the Finance & Administration Manager of SSNIT Informal Sector Fund where she was responsible for the financial management of the Fund.

Dr. Francis Sapara-Grant

Dr. Sapara-Grant is responsible for the day-to-day management of the Company. He is an economist by profession with over twenty-three (23) years’ experience in the management of pension schemes for workers in both the formal and informal sectors of Ghana. He holds a Masters’ degree in Economics/Statistics from the Odessa Institute of National Economy, Odessa, Ukraine and a Ph.D in Economics from the St. Petersburg State Engineering Economic University in Russia.

Prior to his appointment as the General Manager/Chief Executive officer of GLICO Pensions, Dr. Sapara-Grant was the Managing Director of SSNIT Informal Sector Fund (SISF), a subsidiary company of the Social Security and National Insurance Trust (SSNIT) and was responsible for establishing the first national pension scheme for workers in the informal sector of Ghana.

He also served as a Pensions Expert in a team that developed a pension scheme for members of the Cocoa Abrabopa Association (CAA), an association of over 20,000 cocoa farmers in Ghana and was appointed the Technical Consultant by CAA Pension Trust in 2011 to oversee the implementation of the Cocoa Abrabopa Pension Scheme (CAPS).

Dr. Sapara-Grant was a member of the implementation Sub-Committee on the Informal Sector of the Presidential Commission on Pensions that designed the three-tier pension scheme for Ghana. He is currently a member of the Informal Sector Working Group which has the responsibility of advising the National Pensions Regulatory Authority of Ghana on the extension of pension coverage to the workforce in the Informal Sector of the economy.