The Fund anchors its governance structure on the principles of openness and transparency, accountability, sustainability, efficiency and effectiveness, ethical conduct, the rule of law innovation, and the openness to change.
The Parliament of the Republic of Ghana enacted the legislation that created the Minerals Income Investment Fund. Parliament has laid down the formal framework for MIIF in the MINERALS INCOME INVESTMENT FUND ACT, 2018 (ACT 978).
Ministry of Finance
The Ministry of Finance is the supervising Ministry, representing the interest of the government of Ghana. The Ministry has the overall responsibility for the fund’s management and has issued guidelines for its management.
The Governing Board, consists of a team of highly diverse professionals with deep relevant industry experience. The Board oversees the sound, effective and efficient organisation of the Fund.
The core work of the Board is to:
• Ensure that the Fund performs its functions and conduct its affairs in accordance with sound investment and financial standard and practice and the investment policy of the Fund;
• Ensure accountability of the Fund by defining appropriate procedures for its management; and
• Perform any function that is incidental to the achievement of the object of the Fund.
Investment Advisory Committee (IAC)
MIIF CEO & Senior Management