Brent Nartey announced as new MD of Engen Ghana

2021-05-10 14:33:47

Mocoh is delighted to announce that Brent Nartey will be taking over the management of our operations at Engen Ghana as of June 1, 2021. Brent will be replacing Henry Akwaboah, who has been Engen’s Managing Director in Ghana for over ten years, and played a key role in the transition to Mocoh ownership in 2019.

“We are delighted to welcome Brent onto the Mocoh leadership team, and look forward to growing and developing our downstream activities in Ghana together. I would also like to take this opportunity to thank Henry Akwaboah for his enthusiasm and dedication to Engen Ghana and Mocoh over the last few years, and in particular for the instrumental role he played when Mocoh acquired Engen Ghana in 2019. We shall greatly miss Henry, and wish him all the very best in his future endeavours,” says Mocoh CEO Michael Hacking.

Brent joins Engen from Tel Energy Ltd. (2012-2021), where he successfully launched and implemented a number of important strategic initiatives before taking on the role of Acting Managing Director. Previous to that, Brent held various management positions at Engen, both in Ghana and South Africa.

Brent holds a Bachelor’s degree from the University of Ghana, a Master’s degree in Finance from the University of Leicester, and a Master’s degree in Management Information Systems from the Henley Business School, University of Reading. Brent is a Chartered Accountant and is a Business Analyst certified by the BCS Chartered Institute for IT.

“As someone who believes that standards and regulations define the rules of engagement and create a safe and level playing field for all, Mocoh’s corporate value of doing business responsibly is very attractive to me,” says Brent. “I look forward to growing the downstream business in Ghana and to developing the Mocoh brand to become one that our customers love and trust. Underpinning our stakeholder engagement is our commitment and ability to giving back to the local communities where we live and operate.”