Short story about my self
With over 30 years of international energy and banking experience, Alexander Mould is widely regarded as one of Africa’s leading authorities on energy, economic and leadership issues.
Formerly the Chief Executive Officer of GNPC (Ghana National Petroleum Corporation), the national oil company for Ghana, Alexander was charged with developing GNPC into an independent and world-class operator, through the execution of an accelerated growth strategy.
Prior to joining GNPC, Alexander was the Chief Executive of the National Petroleum Authority and was responsible for regulating the downstream sector.
He is passionate about local content and public-private partnerships that demonstrate how the energy sector can generate investment and drive economic empowerment and transformation.
Alexander’s extensive corporate and investment banking experience was gained from Standard Chartered Bank (New York and Ghana) and Union Bank of Switzerland (New York), focusing on transaction origination, client relationship management, product management, strategic planning, business strategy and development.
He began his career with GNPC where his core responsibilities included refining, crude and petroleum products supply and risk management.
Alexander holds an MBA (Finance, Economics and Decision Science) from J.L. Kellogg Graduate School of Management, Northwestern University, Illinois. He also obtained a Post Graduate Diploma (Oil Marketing and Economics) from College of Petroleum Studies, Oxford; and a Chemical Engineering BSc from the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science & Technology (KNUST), Kumasi in Ghana.
- Economic Management
- Oil & Gas. (Upstream)
- Crude and Petroleum Products supply and trading