Good Money Habits in Bad Economic Times


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2019 and the ensuing years have been difficult. Covid – 19 redefined how we should survive and thrive in not just our health but most importantly our finances too.

“Good Money Habits in Bad Economic Times is a smart, simple instructional guide on how to survive the current economic crises for all (Country, Corporates and Citizenry).

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Richmond Kwame Frimpong

Richmond is an award-winning financial advisory, trade and investment promotions’ practitioner with 16+ years enterprise leadership spanning financial services, international trade, technology, social enterprise and transformation consulting.
In the financial services Universe, he has supervised significant industry growth poles under banking, pensions, insurance and investments. Notable among them include leading W/Africa’s premier Investment Bank to achieve their largest regional AUM in record time.
Under Pensions Administration, he supervised one of the biggest Trustee Acquisition and Merger transactions for four struggling Pension firms into one thriving industry leader under 24 months. Under Banking and Insurance, he implemented disruptive national savings campaigns as “an industry first”.
As Chief Executive of Pan Africa Technology Company, he led the implementation of Sub Sahara Africa’s Economic Integration through digital addressing.
As Management Consultant, he has managed strategic business transformation projects for MNCs, Country Trade Chambers, UN Agencies and Development Finance Institutions from origination to execution.
Currently, he is leading Africa’s foremost industrial transformation effort across ASEAN (+3), EU, UK/US, China, India and Japan via Special Economic Zones with FDI values of about $3.4b plugging into the AU 2063 Agenda.
He doubles as Advisory Board Chair of pan African fngo, driving the strategic mandate of SDG 1 across 46 Countries.
Richmond is a product of University of Ghana, Paris School of Business, CalUniversity and the Havard Business School (HBS Executive Education).

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