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Charles Osei-Akoto

Charles Osei-Akoto is the Chief Executive Officer of Stallion Trust & Administration Company Limited. Prior to his appointment, he was the Executive Chairman of Stallion Consultants Limited, an actuarial, insurance, pension and management consulting firm he founded in 2004. Prior to founding Stallion Consultants Limited, Mr. Osei-Akoto had established Unique Insurance Company Limited from scratch for the Labour Enterprises Trust (LET), a subsidiary of TUC. He was the premiere Managing Director for Unique Insurance for four (4) years until he resigned to set up Stallion Consultants Limited.

Mr. Osei-Akoto holds a Bachelor of Science (BSc.) degree in Mathematics & Actuarial Science and a Master of Business Administration (MBA) degree in Finance, both from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA.

Mr. Osei-Akoto is a Qualified Actuary, an Associate of the Society of Actuaries (ASA-SOA, USA), a Member of the American Academy of Actuaries (M.A.A.A) and also a member of the Actuarial Society of Ghana. He has acted as the country representative for the Society of Actuaries (SOA) and as the country Supervisor of the Examination Centre in Ghana for the past eight years.

Charles has over twenty-two (22 ) years of experience in the insurance practice and pension consulting, spending the first 12 years with some of the largest companies in the U.S. A. In Ghana Charles led Stallion Consultants to represent several retirement (both DB and DC) schemes like Unilever, VLISCO Group Ghana, AngloGold Ashanti as their pension actuaries and also designed, established, implemented and sat on the board of trustees for such provident fund schemes as Ghana Armed Forces, Ghana Centre for Democratic Development (Chairman of Board of Trustee), Parliamentary Centre, and Cocobod's Cocoa Farmers Pension Scheme. Stallion has been at the forefront of performing pension valuation for IFRS 17/IAS 19 reporting for several organizations like GCB, UT Bank, CAL Bank, Central Bank of Liberia, to name a few. Charles led Stallion to assist the Pension Reform Committee and later NPRA to review the public sector pension schemes as well as the Ghana University Staff Superannuation Schemes (GUSSS) during the pension reform.

Stallion has played an instrumental role in the development of the insurance sector acting as retained actuaries for several insurance companies and also acting as the designated actuaries for the National Insurance Commission (NIC) for several years.