Bennet Kpentey

Bennet Kpentey is a strategy and corporate finance consultant with fifteen years professional experience with core expertise in strategy development, corporate finance, business valuation and project finance. He is the Chief Executive of Sync Consult Limited, a management and financial consulting Firm in Ghana. He is the President of the Ghana Charter of IACVA, is the Chief Executive of Sync Consult Limited, a management and financial consulting Firm in Ghana. He is a part-time lecturer in Strategic Management at the Executive MBA at the University of Ghana Business School. His previous work experience includes two years with PricewaterhouseCoopers in Ghana (Africa Central) and five years at Deloitte & Touché in Ghana. He holds a Masters degree in Economics from the International University of Japan and BA in Economics and Geography from the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science & Technology, Kumasi. He is a member of the National Council for Catholic Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) in Ghana. He is a Chartered Professional Consultant (CPC) and a Certified Valuation Analyst (CVA). He serves on a number of local and international bodies. He currently serves on the IACVA World Council. Among others, he serves as one of two Representatives of IACVA on the International Valuation Standards Council (IVSC) and World Association of Valuation Organisations (WAVO).

Content by Bennet Kpentey
  • Publication - Miscellaneous

    An Enterprise Map of Ghana by John Sutton - Chinese version

    The Chinese translation of John Sutton and Bennet Kpentey's Enterprise Map of Ghana is now available for download.

    9 Apr 2012 | John Sutton, Bennet Kpentey

  • Publication - Miscellaneous

    An Enterprise Map of Ghana by John Sutton

    Ghana's economy has grown rapidly over the past decade, and the goal of becoming a middle-income country in the fairly near future now seems attainable. The likely contribution of the oil sector makes the goal look all the more achievable. Yet this goal is unlikely to be attained without a substantial advance in Ghana's industrial capability. This volume presents the...

    9 Apr 2012 | John Sutton, Bennet Kpentey