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Mr Hayford Atta KrufiMr. Hayford Atta Krufi is the newly appointed Chief Executive Officer of the National Pensions Regulatory Authority (NPRA), effective 13th March, 2017. He replaced Mr. Kofi Anokye Owusu-Darko.

Mr. Hayford Atta Krufi is a Solicitor and a Barrister and holds a Masters of Arts (MA) Education from London Metropolitan University; Post Graduate Certificate of Education from University of London; LLM in International Investment Law from University of North London; Bachelor of Laws and Barrister-at-Law from University of Ghana and Ghana Law School respectively.

In Ghana, he worked as a Private legal Practitioner with Okomfo Anokye Chambers, Kumasi and also worked with the Ghana Armed Forces Legal Services. Mr. Hayford Atta Krufi is an experienced business executive with extensive knowledge and skills in institutional leadership, spanning over 30 years in both public and private sector in Ghana and the United Kingdom. He is also an educationist with a brilliant track record of excellent institutional turnaround and improvement.

Hayford Atta Krufi also has extensive skills in project management, staff training and development and excellent record in organizational planning and improvement.

As an Educationist in the UK, Mr. Hayford Atta Krufi held positions such as Executive Principal, Deputy Principal and Principal at schools and Colleges, which he headed and turned the schools into outstanding schools by OFSTED standards. As an Executive Director of Integrated Management Systems (IMS) in the UK, he successfully developed business models to help small and medium businesses start up.

Until his appointment as a Chief Executive Officer of the National Pensions Regulatory Authority, Mr Hayford Atta Krufi was the Project Management Consultant at the US Agency for International Development (USAID) at the Ministry of Education Funds and Project Management Unit.

Mr. Hayford Atta Krufi joins NPRA with rich legal, organizational leadership, professional skills and expertise.

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Over the years, concerns have been raised and agitations made by public servants over inadequacies of the level of pensions to sustain a respectable life for retired public servants. Of particular concern to most workers’ groups has been the low pensions received by workers ... | Readmore