In a previous life, Andrew was the founder of HR consultancy Precept Human Capital.
Microfinance holding company Letshego Holdings has appointed Ghanian Andrew Fening Okai appointed as its Group CEO. Formerly the Global Chief Operating Officer for Standard Chartered's retail division, Andrew stands to bring more than 20 years of international banking experience.
Andrew also recently founded Precept Human Capital, a consulting firm dedicated to assessing, profiling, training, coaching, and equipping Africa's next generation of private and public sector leaders with international trends in leadership and expertise.
Prior to that, Andrew had a dynamic and successful career in StandardChartered Bank, where he eventually held a role as Group Chief Operating Officer (GroupCOO) based him in Singapore, with responsibilities spanning the international bank's footprint across 30 countries in Africa, Asia, the Middle East, Europe and the America's.
Andrew was educated in Ghana, Russia and the UK, and holds a Chartered Banker MBA degree (Bangor University, Wales UK), a Diploma (postgraduate) in Business Administration and Management (Henley Business School UK) and an MSc in Food Processing Technology (Kuban State Technological University, Russia).