Chief Executive Officer of the Chamber of Bulk Oil Distribution Company (CBOD), Senyo Hosi has dedicated a recent award for his contribution to the oil and gas industry to all the members of his team at the chamber. Mr Hosi was honoured with the Outstanding Chief Executive Officer of the Year 2018 award, at the ninth Ghana Entrepreneurs and Corporate Executives Award held in Accra. He was recognized for demonstrating outstanding corporate vision, business excellence, innovation, strategic leadership and growth in the downstream petroleum sector. Mr Hosi was not present at the event but his assistant, Emily Kanyir Nyur received the award in his stead.
Speaking to the Daily Graphic newspaper in a later interview after the awards ceremony, Mr Hosi said, “I think it is in recognition of my work on ESLA, my policy contributions, [and] advisory work and that stability and objectivity.” He added the recognition was refreshing and a boost for him and his team to do their work quietly.
The awards ceremony is organized annually to celebrate the sterling contributions of key personalities in various sectors of Ghana’s economy.
Senyo Hosi is a Ghanaian thought leader, finance and economic policy analyst and an experienced management professional with years of experience in the downstream petroleum industry and across others sectors. He is also a renowned industry advocate and has been instrumental in the development of major policies in Ghana’s energy sector.
Senyo Hosi in 2018 received the Osagyefo Young Leadership Award and in 2016, the Most Outstanding Oil and Gas Personality (Downstream).
Mr Hosi holds an MBA in Finance and an MA in Economic Policy Management from the University of Ghana, Legon.
He serves on a number of corporate and public boards including the Private Enterprises Foundation (PEF), the Ghana Highways Authority (GHA) Legacy Bonds Limited (LBL) and NDK Capital Ltd.