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MoF Staff Employee Wellbeing Policy Launched

A handbook that spells out the Ministry of Finance’s Employee Wellbeing policy on communicable and non-communicable diseases including HIV and AIDS, hypertension, cancers and malaria has been launched by the Hon. Deputy Minister of Finance, in charge of Revenue Mr. Kwaku Kwarteng at the Ministry of Finance during the Ministry’s first staff durbar of the year.

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Finance Minister Hosts Yale University Students

Hon. Ofori-Atta holds an MBA from the University and the first African to be honoured Donaldson Fellow, which recognized him as an alumnus who has demonstrated personal and professional accomplishments of the school’s mission to educate leaders for business and society.

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Fiscal, and Financial Stability Councils now Established

The President, in exercise of his constitutional powers (Article 58), a week ago, on 28th December, 2018 (Ghana Gazette No. 173), established two major Councils that will offer independent advice on fiscal responsibility and ensure the stability of the entire financial system (across all the sub-sectors, from banking through pensions & fund/asset management to insurance etc) respectively.

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January 2019 2-Year & 3-Year Treasury Bond Issuance

Book-build opens 9:00 AM, Wednesday January 2, 2019. Revised Pricing Guidance (released as necessary during the Book-build). Revised and Final Pricing Guidance (released as necessary during the Book-build). Books are expected to close around 2:30 PM on Thursday, January 3, 2019.

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