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Renaissance Capital, the leading emerging markets investment bank has hosted President John Dramani Mahama at an investor meeting on the sideline of the 67th UN General Assembly Meeting in New York.

The meeting brought together a group of about 20 Fund and Asset Managers with investable resources of over 250 billion United States dollars and was designed to afford the investors an opportunity to engage with the President and his team of Ministers to provide clarity on the enormous potential of Ghana.

President Mahama said, "Ghana undoubtedly provides one of the most attractive investment destinations in the world, with a growing economy, talented and skilled people and abundant natural resources."

Mr. Dela Wosornu, Renaissance Country Head for Ghana, said the Company was currently in Ghana through Rendeavour, the firm's urban development subsidiary, which is undertaking two visionary city developments at King City in the Western Region and Appolonia City of Light in Greater Accra.

Mr. Wosornu said: "Renaissance and Rendeavour are firmly committed to Ghana's development and as a leading emerging markets investment firm, we will continue to encourage other investors to take advantage of the investment opportunities we believe Ghana has to offer."

Renaissance Group is an independent group of unified finance, investment and management companies specialising in creating value in high opportunity emerging markets. The Group consists of investment banking, asset management, merchant banking and consumer credit.
Source: GNA

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