The award which was presented at this year’s edition of the Ghana Club 100 was organized by the Ghana Investment Promotion Centre (GIPC).
In addition to the award, McOttley Capital was ranked number 13 on the 16th edition of the Ghana Club 100 list.
The Managing Director of McOttley Capital, Mrs Happy Forson said, “this recognition is as a result of the unflinching support of loyal clients and the dedication of the management and staff of McOttley. We are very proud of this moment because this is our first ever entry into the Ghana Club 100 list and it shows that we are doing something worth acknowledging. We will continue to provide top-notch services and products relevant to the financial empowerment of the Ghanaian.”
This year’s event was on the theme: ‘‘Industrialisation: A tool for job Creation and Accelerated Economic Development”.
The Ghana Club 100 is an annual compilation of the top 100 companies in Ghana to give due recognition to successful enterprise building.
Chief Executive Officer of the GIPC, Mr Yofi Grant stressed that the Ghana Club 100 awards will reinforce the healthy competition in Ghana’s business sector and motivate businesses to provide and upgrade the quality of services and products to consumers.
McOttley Capital, which is also a member of the Chartered institute of Marketing Ghana, has received numerous accolades including the Best Growing New Investment Bank of the Year 2015 and Best Boutique Investment Bank by Capital Finance International.
McOttley Capital Limited provides products and services in the areas of Investment Banking, Asset Management, Private Pension Fund Management, Private Equity, Corporate Finance and Collective Investment Schemes, and Research and Due Diligence, to individuals, corporate institutions and government.
It is a subsidiary of McOttley Holdings Limited. Other subsidiaries of McOttley Holdings include McOttley Money Lending and McOttley Properties. McOttley Holdings has interest in other areas such as Commodity trading and Logistics.