M&C Group (Global), a fully owned Ghanaian company, has launched its new ultra-modern head office complex, situated in East Legon, an up-market suburb of Accra.
The spanking new building which was launched together with the corporate attire, adds to the successes chalked by the company, which has been operating in the past 15 years.
Addressing the media, the Group Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of M&C Group (Global) Michael Bartlett-Vanderpuye, who launched the office complex and corporate attire, said investors look for three key areas to invest, namely; real estates, minerals and food commodities.
According to the Group CEO, the company operates in four areas, namely, M&C Management Consult, for investment advisory and auditing; M&C Logistics and Trading Company, for soft commodities and gold; M&C Properties, for infrastructure and real estate development and M&C Energy, for the downstream oil business.
With offices in Accra, Johannesburg, Dubai, Hong Kong and China, M&C Group has thus placed Ghana on the world pedestal.
It is not surprising that M&C Logistics and Trading Company, is one of the companies shortlisted by the Minerals Commission and certified by KPMG, and approved as one of three companies to supply gold to the central bank as it moves towards backing the Cedi with Gold.
The intention of M&C, illustrated by the Group CEO, is to move Ghana to the world and bring the world to Ghana.
Touching on the corporate social responsibility of M&C Group, he said “The M&C Group appreciates its stakeholders and the community within which it operates. It is in this regard that the Group has undertaken several CSR projects to give back to the community and the people. It put up a 100 bed dormitory block for the Ghana Armed Forces and also supports media activities. During the pandemic the company donated to various entities around its business area to facilitate the stipulated Covid 19 safety protocols, some beneficiaries were the Legon and East Legon Police stations, as well as some public schools in the catchment area. “
He continued that M&C Group donated to Orphanages and to the less privileged spearhead. Currently some companies under the group are running educational clinics on YouTube channels to educate the general public on what is involved in gold trading and property acquisition.
Speaking on the future of the company, Michael Bartlett-Vanderpuye, said,” The future for M&C Group Global is brilliant as it advances in working towards its strategic 25 year plan”
Regardless of the global economic challenges, Mr Bartlett-Vanderpuye, indicated M& C was able to sustain the positions of its staff during the pandemic and through these difficulties that has befallen the country. The Group is poised to forge ahead in its endeavours and to achieve more in the coming years
As part of the future prospects of the company, M&C, will begin gold refining by the end of 2024. The Group has already acquired the licence and secured a place for the refinery.
The equipment being manufactured to be delivered in the near future will have the capacity to refine about 100 KG of Gold daily. This development has already started growing new business ideas in line with the refinery’s business. The Group is also committed to working in a sustainable environment to ensure that our business are in accordance with global best practices.
On her part, the Chief Executive Officer of MGL/GHG, Emefa Deblui, admonished the workers to give off their best, in order for the company to expand and employ more people.
“This company has grown from strength to strength and it is because of the dedication of the staff, I urge you not to relent but to continue to work assiduously to help grow the company further”.
She also called on the journalists present to tell the full story of MGL/GHG to the rest of the world.
“What you see here reflects the vision of our Group CEO, Mr Bartlett-Vanderpuye, I will entreat as the media to tell the story of the company and be assured that our doors are open to you for any enquiries”.