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ANDREW ACHAMPONG-KYEI ESQ.

Managing Director

Andrew Achampong-Kyei started his career in insurance at GLICO Life Insurance Company intermittently as a trainee. After resigning from DLA Piper (UK) as a Legal Executive, he re-joined GLICO Group in 2010 as the Secretary and Head of Legal and Special Risks. He was appointed as the Managing Director of GLICO General Insurance Company with effect from 1st January, 2018. He led GLICO Group’s legal and special risks outfit with demonstrated commitment – ensuring the application of prudent risk exposure management interventions. He has gained in-depth understanding of risk assessment and underwriting of major and complex risks and energy insurance through: executive management training program in one of the world’s leading broking firms – Filhet Allard Maritime, France; attachment at Marsh Limited (UK) – a global leader in insurance broking and risk management; and the design and implementation of customized risk management policies and strategies.

He has been involved in the handling of intricate risks including but not limited to: design of comprehensive insurance solutions for Thengashep Ghana’s USD100million rural electrification project; structuring and placement of financial guarantee bond to cover a USD100million loan facility for VRA’s 220MW Kpone Thermal Power Project and Mines Reserve Plant; placement of comprehensive insurance for Sunon Asogli – covering the construction/ erection of a 200MW natural gas fired thermal plant station valued in excess of USD450million.

Andrew is a Chartered Insurer and a United Kingdom qualified Solicitor as well as a Fellow of the Institute of Legal Executives. He has substantially enhanced his leadership, managerial and technical capabilities through his participation in executive training programs in critical disciplines such as: Governance and Risk Management in September 2016 (Ghana); Risk Management in July 2017 (Ghana); Terrorism and Sabotage, Political and Cyber Crime Risk Insurance in September 2017 in Nigeria, and other functional training programs.

Andrew Achampong-Kyei started his career in insurance at GLICO Life Insurance Company intermittently as a trainee. After resigning from DLA Piper (UK) as a Legal Executive, he re-joined GLICO Group in 2010 as the Secretary and Head of Legal and Special Risks. He was appointed as the Managing Director of GLICO General Insurance Company with effect from 1st January, 2018. He led GLICO Group’s legal and special risks outfit with demonstrated commitment – ensuring the application of prudent risk exposure management interventions. He has gained in-depth understanding of risk assessment and underwriting of major and complex risks and energy insurance through: executive management training program in one of the world’s leading broking firms – Filhet Allard Maritime, France; attachment at Marsh Limited (UK) – a global leader in insurance broking and risk management; and the design and implementation of customized risk management policies and strategies.

He has been involved in the handling of intricate risks including but not limited to: design of comprehensive insurance solutions for Thengashep Ghana’s USD100million rural electrification project; structuring and placement of financial guarantee bond to cover a USD100million loan facility for VRA’s 220MW Kpone Thermal Power Project and Mines Reserve Plant; placement of comprehensive insurance for Sunon Asogli – covering the construction/ erection of a 200MW natural gas fired thermal plant station valued in excess of USD450million.

Andrew is a Chartered Insurer and a United Kingdom qualified Solicitor as well as a Fellow of the Institute of Legal Executives. He has substantially enhanced his leadership, managerial and technical capabilities through his participation in executive training programs in critical disciplines such as: Governance and Risk Management in September 2016 (Ghana); Risk Management in July 2017 (Ghana); Terrorism and Sabotage, Political and Cyber Crime Risk Insurance in September 2017 in Nigeria, and other functional training programs.