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Albert Nyampong

Managing Partner - Head of Ghana Operations 

Albert has structured many client businesses over the years. He has over 40 years practice experience from UK and Ghana. He has worked and held many prominent managerial roles.

A Bit About Albert Nyampong

Albert Mensah Nyampong is a Fellow of the Association Chartered Certified Accountants and a Member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants (Ghana), he is the Managing Partner of PMCT Accountants & Consultants, Ghana.


Nyampong has acquired over thirty years post qualification working experience in varied areas  of  accountancy, he worked with Messrs. Basil Howells & Co., a firm of public accountants, in London, UK from 1981 to 1988. He returned to Ghana in late 1988 and took up appointment with the State Enterprises Audit Corporation as Assistant Audit Manager. He rose through the ranks to become Managing Director of the Corporation from November 2002 to September2012 when he retired from the normal engagement with the Corporation.

Upon retirement he was employed as acting Director of Finance at General Assembly Office of the Presbyterian Church of Ghana from January 2013 to December 2015. In May 2016 he was appointed a director and first Chief Executive Officer (from May to September 2016) of Salem Financial Services Limited, a fund management entity, established by Presbyterian Church of Ghana and regulated by Securities and Exchange Commission of Ghana.


In his working life over the years, Mr. Nyampong has gained considerable experience in undertaking statutory audit and assurance engagements, provision of consultancy services and undertaking investigative audit assignments. During his employment with  State Enterprises Audit Corporation some of the strategic originations and institutions whose assignments  he was involved with were: Volta River Authority (VRA); Electricity Company of Ghana (ECG); Ghana Water Company Limited (GWCL); Ghana National Petroleum Corporation (GNPC); Ghana Highways Authority (GHA); Forestry Commission (FC); Energy Commission (EC); State Housing Company (SHC); several of the institutes of Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR); Ministry of Food and Agriculture; and Ministry of Finance.


In his position as Managing Director of State Enterprises Audit Corporation he ensured that reports on assignments relating to Public Boards and Corporations were regularly submitted to the Office of Auditor-General as inputs for the respective annual reports submitted by the Auditor-General to the Parliament of the Republic of Ghana. Reports pertaining to audit assignments on loans and grants from International Development Association (IDA) were routinely submitted to the World Bank offices in Washington, USA and Accra, Ghana, to assist in their monitoring and evaluation functions.      

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