Edward Adu-Ntiamoah is currently the Chief Executive Officer for UT Holdings, prior to that, he was the Chief Operating Officer where he had oversight responsibility for all the other subsidiaries in the UT Group as well as business expansion. In 2010, he led a team to win a bid for the discharge of nineteen thousand five hundred metric tons (19,500 mt) of rice on behalf the Government of Ghana. This consignment was the largest single discharge in the history of UT Logistics.
From March 2012 to February 2013 he was seconded to South Africa as the Country Manager for UT South Africa with responsibility to grow and administer a portfolio quantum as proposed in the annual budget and managed to grow the branch network from one to three. Before then, he was the acting Chief Operating Officer – UT Holdings with responsibility of overseeing the operation and administrative functions of all the subsidiaries ie. UT Logistics, UT Properties, UT Private Security, UT Collections, UT Nigeria and UT South Africa, from June 2011 – March 2012
Edward holds an Executive MBA (Finance Option) from the University of Ghana, Legon where he had earlier obtained a BA (Hons), Accounting & Economics. He is also a student of the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants (UK).
Edward who joined the then Unique Trust Financial Services in 1999 has over the period built a wealth experience in credit management. He joined the company as a Treasurer/ Head of Finance and later became Branch manager for Tema, Accra and Kumasi. By dint of hard work he was appointed Assistant General Manager, Operations in 2006 and later General Manager, Operations for UT Financial Services (now UT Bank) and now for UT Holdings overseeing the entire UT Group.
Edward’s working life started as an Assistant Accounts Officer for Fosu & Co Accountants, London, then to Stanton Rubbers & Plastics Ltd also in London as an Operations Manager.
Edward was appointed a member of the UT Properties board in 2010.