Daniel Wilson Addo is an alumnus of UPSA, and presently the Chief Executive Officer of the Consolidated Bank Ghana. He is a Chartered Accountant with twenty-four years post qualification experience. He trained with KPMG, an international firm of accountants. A former member of the Technical and Research Committee of the Institute of Chartered Accountants (Ghana), he has also served as a member of the institute's Task Force on Convergence to International Financial Reporting Standards.
Daniel holds an MBA in Finance from the Manchester Business School, UK, and has extensive banking experience, having worked in several roles at Standard Chartered Bank, United Bank of Africa (UBA), and First Atlantic Bank Limited at different times. He was Deputy Managing Director of UBA Ghana, Managing Director of UBA Tanzania, and Executive Director of First Atlantic Bank.
Until his appointment as CEO of CBG, he also served as the Executive Director of Oakwood Green Capital Limited.
He has been involved in bank start-ups and two bank turnarounds. With his strategic insights and execution, he delivers exceptional business growth to create value. Daniel prides himself as a product of his rich experiences and learnings at IPS, now UPSA, and the many ways in which it has contributed to his career successes.
In 2020, Daniel has adjudged the Most Respected Chief Executive Officer of state-owned banks and was also recognised for providing excellent banking services in Ghana at the Ghana Development Awards.