Kofi Adjepong-Boateng co-founded FAH (formerly, First Africa Holdings) in 1996. Under his stewardship, FAH’s investment banking subsidiary, First Africa, became a leading adviser on cross-border mergers & acquisitions in Africa. In July 2009, FAH sold its investment banking business to Standard Chartered Bank and Kofi took up a position in the wider Standard Chartered Group where he was responsible for the investment banking services that the bank provides to a number of prominent high net worth families in Africa.
Kofi serves as a member of the Policy Committee of The Centre for the Study of African Economies, University of Oxford. He also sits on the International Advisory Boards of Oxford Analytica and The ACE Group. Kofi is a Member of the UK’s Royal Economic Society.