Kofi Adjepong-Boateng helped found the Pembani Remgro Infrastructure Fund (‘PRIF’) and is an adviser to Credit Suisse Securities, a Trustee of the School of Oriental and African Studies and chairs the Advisory Board of the Open Society Foundations’ Economic Advancement Program which oversees the Soros Economic Development Fund. He sits on the International Advisory Board of Oxford Analytica.
In 1987, he became research assistant to the late Dr. Jonathan Frimpong-Ansah, former Governor of the Bank of Ghana and he co-founded First Africa with S.G. Warburg & Co. in 1995, employing the continent’s largest independent and leading corporate advisory team.
In July 2009, Standard Chartered Bank bought First Africa. Kofi became a Vice-Chairman of the Bank, but resigned all his executive and board positions by July 2012, in order to co-found PRIF.
In 2016, he co-authored and published "The Debate on Corporate Responsibility under International Investment Law: The SKB Asante Contribution".