Gender balance in boardrooms promotes good CSR policies

There is a  growing concern over the government’s delay in constituting boards of governors of some state-owned enterprises (SOEs) and government agencies, seven months into office.  Whereas President Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo is credited with constituting the fastest ever cabinet since the ... — Read More

IT’S IN THE SMILE…Becoming more attractive to customers

Some quotes I come across on social media can be very interesting. Recently, I came across one that simply said: “Life is short. Smile while you still have teeth.” I found this quote both humorous and thought-provoking at the same time. ... — Read More

Protecting your purchasing power

Many investors start investment looking at only interest rates that they will make at the end of the investment. We mostly chase after growth only and rarely think about whether the growth can serve us well when we are ready to ... — Read More

How to enjoy life in the university

University could be termed as a second 'home' from home, as it's apparent for high school leavers who want to apply for admission, when forms are made available, in order to get a degree or probably a diploma.Evidently, students are always ... — Read More

National Health Insurance (NHI) – Lessons from Ghana

There are challenges preventing universal health from being fully achieved, but these can be overcome through private sector involvement, the strengthening of processes and introduction of effective systems. People with access to healthcare are more likely to seek medical assistance, meaning ... — Read More

National Health Insurance (NHI) – Lessons from Ghana

There are challenges preventing universal health from being fully achieved, but these can be overcome through private sector involvement, the strengthening of processes and introduction of effective systems.   People with access to healthcare are more likely to seek medical assistance, meaning ... — Read More

ENVIRONMENTAL SUSTAINABILITY…The Banks’ Role.

The past few months have witnessed a greater impetus to deal with the galamsey menace and its attendant degradation of the environment, especially its deleterious effect on drinking water sources.  I moan at the apparent helplessness of the Ghana Water Company ... — Read More

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