Abdul-Aziz Sulley, is a Banker, Risk Management and Compliance expert, Corporate Advisor, a Public Relations executive, Crisis Management Expert,
Legal Analyst and Financial Services Regulation and Governance Expert. He offers over ten (10) years' experience covering many industries and sectors;
from banking and finance, commodities, transportation, construction and Law.
Throughout his international experience he undertook several corporate advisory services, feasibility studies, business plans, and has implemented
several projects, both in the frame of the groups he used to lead and through international consultant's networks. He is an expert in his domain,
he mixes a deep mastering of his specialty to his own professional experience.
He holds a Masters of Law (LLM) in International Business Corporate and Finance Law, from the Liverpool John Moores University-UK, Bachelor of Law (LLB)
, Bachelor of Arts and Advanced Diploma in Public Relations from the London College of International Business Studies
Nasurulai Abdulai is a multifaceted individual with proven performance in transaction banking, oil and gas sector, civil society cycles and lecturing
with persuasive communication skills gained working in educational institutions, Petroleum Company, a bank and non-for-profit spheres.
He worked at Fidelity bank as officer in charge of transaction banking at the Tamale branch between August 2009 and January 2011.
Nasurulai was the lead consultant in a Group Consulting Project for Royal Dutch Shell in London in late 2012. In January 2013, he joined Petroleum
Skills Development Institute (PSDI) as Head of Training & Corporate Affairs where he coordinated the World Bank's Training programme for Ministry of
Finance on Petroleum Economics & Industry dynamics. Since 2013, he has also been the Senior facilitator for Lloyds Maritime Academy-UK & IBC-UK
Training Modules on Petroleum Economics and oil and gas industry dynamics in Ghana.
Nasurulai has been a consultant to many organizations including Shell-UK, Equator Oil and Gas, ECIS Group (ITALY), Bogerhaus Engineering Limited,
Klloyds Engineering Limited, Oleum Ghana Limited, Wisconsin International University, Regent University College, KARINAX-Nigeria, Allied Insurance
Brokers, to name a few. He is also a lead facilitator for the Barclays Africa (ReadytoWork) programme ongoing in Ghana in partnership with Enactus
Presently, he is a Lecturer at Regent University College and Consultant to Enactus International (Ghana Office) where he advises the country director
and board on organizational strategy for growth of the organization. He is also the founder of the Africa Panel on Natural Resource Governance and a
member of board of directors of Data Partners.
Nasurulai has the ability to lead teams and handle complex assignments with greater tenacity of purpose. He holds an MBA in Oil and Gas Management
from Coventry University-UK and a Bachelor of Arts degree in Integrated Development Studies from University for Development Studies-Ghana.
Abdul-Jalil Ibrahim has over 6 years varied experience across Oil & Gas and Financial Services. He has worked as an Account Executive and a Finance Manager where
he was credited for setting up the accounting function for the company.
He has also worked with Ewgeco in Endinburgh, United Kingdom as Energy Analyst where he contributed into the policy draft of national energy demand side
management. His banking experience saw him worked with Standard Chartered Bank Ghana and Firstbank of Nigeria. He has also lectured Oil & Gas Economics at
Hams Institute of Management and Technology.
Until his appointment as Director of Finance and Administration, he was working for Coface Ghana in charge of driving the commercial aspect of the business in Ghana.
He is credited for structuring credit insurance deals as well as factoring businesses for business partners.
His skills set include managing and directing accounting systems, review of internal control systems, business planning, resource taxation and energy policy analysis.
He has an MSc in Oil and Gas Economics from the prestigious Centre of Energy and Petroleum and Mineral Law and Policy, United Kingdom where he graduated with a
Distinction. He also graduated with a First class from the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology where he pursued a BSc. Business Administration
(Accounting). He is a graduate member of the Energy Institute, United Kingdom.