Presentation panel: Is there money to be made in West African infrastructure
Steven Gray (Lonhro Ghana), Jamil Ampomah (ACCA) and Matthew Armah (MiDA)

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About Steven Gray

Steven Gray has held senior management roles with Taylor Woodrow Construction, Oryx Group of Companies and Phoenix International Group. He has been responsible for planning, financing, development and management of a range of projects in sectors such as leisure, defence, security oil and gas, commercial, logistics and natural resources sectors in both the Middle East and Africa. These projects include the management and delivery of construction projects in Ghana.

About Jamil Ampomah

Jamil Ampomah is the ACCA Director for sub-Saharan Africa. In this role, he is responsible for the implementation of ACCA's strategy in the region, ably supported by a team of regional heads and country managers in several sub-Saharan African countries. He also manages ACCA's relationships with key stake-holders, governments, regulators, policy makers, employers, international agencies and regional organisations across sub-Saharan Africa.

About Matthew Armah

Matthew Armah was appointed Chief Operating Officer (COO) of MiDA in November 2006. An Agricultural Economist by training, Matthew holds a Bachelor degree from the University of Ghana, an MPhil in Economic Development and a Post graduate Diploma in Development Problems and Policy from the University of Glasgow. Prior to his appointment, Matthew was the Project Manager for the Millennium Challenge Account (MCA) Compact Proposal Development Team, and worked as a Business Development Consulting Director at Management Support Technologies Limited, Ghana. He has over thirty years' professional experience covering both the public and private sectors.