UK oil giant Tullow took the top spot for the 2014 Ghana Club 100 Rankings.
[contextly_sidebar id=”h5G9qYzOKyKRkdZPQ6PtwcWV0kKNRMta”]Tullow Oil takes over from mobile and computer company, RLG Communications who occupied that spot for the year 2013.
The club is a list of the 100 most prestigious business entities in the country, ranked in order of their dominance, level of profitability and how they excelled in their respective sectors of operations in the previous fiscal year.
The award is organized by the Ghana Investment Promotion Centre (GIPC) and this year it was on the theme, “impact investments and sustainable economic development’.
The event which was held yesterday 22 October, 2015 at the Banquet hall in Accra saw hundreds of companies compete for honors in two major categories and 14 sub categories.
Ramel International Group, this year took the second spot a giant leap from number 64 on the 2012 list while manufacturing firm, Multi-Pro Private Ltd was ranked number three.
Meanwhile for other awards Union Saving and Loans took the best growing banking spot while the most profitable company went to Dumpong Rural Bank.
Tullow Ghana limited swept the largest company award.
Zenith Bank was adjudged the winner in commercial banking.
The highest tax payer award went to Ecobank Ghana.
Union Saving and Loans also took home the best non banking Sector Award while Tullow Ghana Limited again took home the best petroleum and mining sector award and the best health sector award went to New Crystal health Services.
The newest category, company of the future went to Samba Foods.
Meanwhile the Chief Executive Officer of the Ghana Investment Promotion Center, Mawuena Trebah has hinted to Citi Business News that next year`s event will focus on the critical sectors for investments.