ATC Ghana’s Reine Larbi-Tieku Wins Exceptional Woman in Finance Award

The Chief Financial Officer (CFO) of the American Tower Corporation Ghana (ATC Ghana), Reine Larbi-Tieku, has been recognised as the Exceptional Woman in Finance at the maiden edition of the InstinctWomen Awards in Accra.

Madam Reine was awarded for demonstrating outstanding financial management and promoting a better understanding of the role of finance in the business world, and exhibiting best practices in corporate governance.

Her recognition was also because of her demonstration of a good relationship with partners coupled with the exceptional and excellent leadership skills exhibited at ATC Ghana.

The InstinctWomen Awards rewarded exceptional women of value and impact in various sectors and industries, aimed at increasing gender inclusiveness, visibility on women who are positively impacting lives, rewriting the narrative and changing stereotypes.

Mad Reine, after receiving the award, said, “to be recognised by InstinctWave as one of the women changing the narrative among this amazing group of successful and outstanding women is humbling.”

“As the Chief Financial Officer for ATC Ghana this award is a motivation to do more for the company growth, I thank my team for contributing to my success story,” she added.

Speaking at the event, the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) for InstinctWave, Mr Akin Naphtal, said, the birth of the award scheme stemmed from the organisation’s belief in the value and empowerment of women.

“Women, most times are underestimated. For women to shatter glass ceilings in their chosen professions while successfully managing their homes, shows their ability to multitask and still be successful. My late mother’s life has been an inspiration to me. She had no formal education but ran a successful food business for over three decades with over 50 staff.”

“Looking at what women are doing – we see the need to encourage them, through a platform like this, celebrating all women, where there is no competition just women celebrating each other, both in the formal and informal sector,” he noted.

A brief profile of Reine Larbi-Tieku

In the corporate world, she has worked with numerous companies including Millicom Ghana Limited (Tigo, which has now been merged with Airtel to form AirtelTigo), Helios Towers Ghana, and eProcess International SA (Ecobank Group).

She is a dedicated professional, experienced, and results-driven management executive with over 25 years of progressive experience in finance and operations management.

In addition to her personal achievements, Reine has mentored several finance and accounting professionals throughout her career, leading to several of them becoming financial controllers and CFOs with renowned institutions around the world.

About ATC Ghana

ATC Ghana which was founded in 1995 is a subsidiary of American Tower Corporation, one of the largest Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs) operating globally.

American Tower’s global portfolio includes more than 214,000 communications sites providing the wireless infrastructure needed to enable a connected world. This includes outdoor, indoor, urban and rural locations in 24 countries within 6 continents.

In Ghana, ATC Ghana owns and manages approximately 4,000+ communication sites and is the largest independent owner and operator of shared wireless infrastructure.

It provides towers, in-building systems, power solutions and services that speed network deployment for the wireless and broadcast communications industry.

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