Opoku-Gyamfi Boateng

Mr. Boateng is a Director of Mega African Capital Limited. Mr. Boateng is a Partner at OAK Partners Limited. He is responsible for the Corporate Finance and Advisory business of OAK Partners. Since joining OAK Partners, Mr. Boateng has raised funds for clients who are in the media, commerce, financial services, printing, real estate, logistics, and hospitality industries among others.

Mr. Boateng's experience is built on extensive knowledge and expertise in the corporate finance and advisory services. He has, over the past two decades, developed the requisite expertise and carved a reputation in corporate finance and advisory built on a considerable volume of transactions in financial restructuring, mergers and acquisitions, valuations, financial re-engineering, project analysis and evaluation, IPOs, bond structuring, construction finance, mortgage, manufacturing, mining, communications and broadcasting financing, and telecommunications.

Mr. Boateng has also undertaken a number of transactions in some African countries including: 

  • Privatisation of Uganda Telecom in Uganda. 
  • Bond structuring for a Housing Finance Company in Uganda 
  • Bond structuring assignment in Rwanda, 
  • Feasibility study for a financial institution in The Gambia 
  • Fund raising assignment in Kenya and Tanzania 
  • Information Memorandum to raise funds for an oil and gas project in Nigeria 

Prior to joining OAK Partners, Mr. Boateng was an Executive Director of Databank with responsibility for Corporate Finance Advisory. Mr. Boateng joined Databank in 1991 as an analyst, and by dint of hard work and tenacity, rose through the ranks to become an Executive Director before resigning in 2009. He undertook a number of transactions on the Ghanaian financial scene including IPOs, mergers and acquisitions, bond structuring and other related financial services with some companies listed on Ghana Stock Exchange.

Mr. Boateng is currently the Chairman of both UniBank Ghana Limited and StarLife Assurance Company Limited. He has served in a number of capacities including as a member of the Steering Committee of the Municipal Finance and Management Initiative of the Government of Ghana and a Negotiating Consultant for the Ministry of Food and Agriculture. Mr. Boateng holds a B.Sc. in Business Administration from the University of Ghana. He worked as a Teaching and Research Assistant at the University of Ghana and also at Coopers and Lybrand (now PricewaterhouseCoopers), a firm of Chartered Accountants. Mr. Boateng is 50 years old.