Kofi Anokye Owusu – Darko, holds a Professional Executive Masters in Appropriate Dispute Resolution(ADR) and is a certified PULSE-ADR Practitioner (Delta) from Gamey and Gamey ADR Institute

He also holds a Doctorate in Business Administration (Leadership & Organisational Change), an Executive Masters in Business Administration (IT), a Bachelor of laws (LLB) and a Master of laws (LLM) in IT & Telecommunications as well as Post Graduate Diplomas in Organization Development and Financial Management (ACCA).

Kofi Anokye is a Chartered Banker, a Chartered Professional Administrator, a licensed Management Consultant, a Registered Organization Development (OD) and Practitioner. A founding member of the Association of Pulse Practitioners of Ghana (APPG).

As a qualified OD practitioner, Kofi facilitates Strategic Planning sessions and conducts organization assessments leading to diagnosis of culture, team effectiveness and organisational effectiveness as well as dynamic team- building, corporate action planning, culture realignment and various OD interventions. He facilitates corporate development programmes for the China Europe International Business School (CEIBS).

As a Chartered Banker, with a banking career spanning over 30  years, he has worked with several financial institutions in leadership and senior management positions as  Senior Vice President (Operations & Consumer Banking), Director (Retail Banking), Head of Audit & Internal Control, Head of Risk Management & Compliance and Chief  Operating Officer. 

In public service, Kofi Anokye was the former Chief Executive Officer of the National Pensions Regulatory Authority (NPRA), where he, within his short stay, lead the Authority to be out of Government subversion and be financially autonomous. 

As a football administrator, Kofi was a management member of Accra Hearts of Oak Sporting Club that won the 2006/2007 Premier league in charge of player welfare of the senior side and chairman of Auroras, the youth wing of the club.  He was also appointed by the President of the Republic of Ghana, as  a Commissioner to  the Presidential Commission of  Inquiry into matters relating to  the participation of the Black Stars team in the World Cup tournament in Brazil in 2014.  

He is currently a National Council Member of Inclusion Ghana, a network organisation working to reduce stigmatization and ensure full  inclusion of  all  persons with intellectual disability (PWIDDs) and their families by advocating for their rights and need. 

Kofi Anokye loves research and writing and publishes articles in the Business & Financial Times newspapers as well as on his blogs, kofianokye.blogspot.com and Kofidarko2.blogspot.com

Areas of Expertise in Dispute Resolution

Shape Information & Communication Technologies (ICT), Banking & Finance, Pensions & Investments, Land, Copyright, Commerce, Family and Labour related disputes