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Building the Wealth Management Standards through Lexicography

Executive Summary
As a matter of course dictionary collection is an attempt to make a record, not to give a law. This dictionary seeks to arrest the growth of the wealth management industry, stiffen its flexibility and mechanize its methods.

Indeed every bold and discerning writer who, recognizing the truth that language must grow by innovation if it grow at all, makes new words and uses the old in an unfamiliar sense, has no following and is tartly reminded that “it isn’t in the dictionary”—God said:

“Let Spirit perish into Form,”
And lexicographers arose, a swarm!
Thought fled and left her clothing, which they took,
And catalogued each garment in a book.
Now, from her leafy covert when she cries:
“Give me my clothes and I’ll return,” they rise
And scan the list, and say without compassion:
“Excuse us–they are mostly out of fashion.”
–Sigismund Smith

This WEALTH MANAGEMENT DICTIONARY is a professional, feature-rich, fully internationalised, off-the-shelf collection. It’s suitable for major publishers, government organizations, researchers, wealth managers, professors, libraries, institutions and individuals worldwide, as it delivers excellent ROI.

This WEALTH MANAGEMENT DICTIONARY further contains many specialized features that allow you to dramatically search for variety of entries and increase the quality and consistency of your search.
Wealth management as we define it is integrated processes for helping clients manage their wealth. It usually involves a diverse range of services, depending on the needs of each investor, but may well include investment management, financial planning, retirement, estate planning, tax planning, asset protection and cash flow and debt management. And it is based on a long-term consultative relationship with the client.
Whether your wealth comes from building a business, successful investments or family inheritance, robust family and estate planning is essential for protecting your wealth
Description of This Ambitious Project

Objectives
As Samuel Johnson, 175 remarked “I am not yet so lost in lexicography, as to forget that words are the daughters of earth, and that things are the sons of heaven.” Hence the objective of this project is to preserve a standardized dictionary for the emerging wealth management industry to help practitioners and end users yet fastening the growth of the industry with developing speed.
Mission
To Build the Wealth Management Standards through Lexicography

Vision
A dictionary is very useful to everybody who uses language, especially to students, teachers, and researchers. Its useful importance is to give definition/meaning to words in order to clarify and make a person understand the word he/she searches for in the proper context. This wealth management dictionary seeks to fill this void.
Concentration
It’s a Monolingual (one language), or explanatory dictionary. And research has shown that the better your vocabulary, the better your chance succeeding in your studies. This is purely academic work that may lead to academic honours. As Accredited Wealth Management Researchers this work is geared towards the publication of the:

1. Wealth Management Dictionary (WMD) &
2. Wealth Management Journal (WMJ).
Continues research into wealth management and financial planning would be our number one priority as well as Africa and Emerging Markets Economic Reconstruction: through wealth management strategies. If African economies must grow and be stable in this crisis age; it must first evolve.
And also spearhead a global niche access of publications providing our current views on the key issues affecting investors, including key factors driving the markets, our outlook on major developments and asset classes plus our current thinking on Strategic and Tactical Asset Allocations.
Development setting and features (Electronic Version)
Bachiesichang Wealth Management Dictionary (BWMD) electronic version has the following features:
User interface / Real-time article preview
Customising the language of the meta-language
“Smart References” (automatic cross-reference tracking)
Search
Filter
Compare/merge
Batch merge
Sounds and images
Automatic Media File Linking
Bilingual editing features
Side-by-side view
Linked view
Automatic lemma reversal
Translation Equivalent fanouts
Styles
Automatic numbering
Dynamic “Smart Styles”
Multiple “views” or sets of styles
Masks
Customisable dictionary grammar
Multi-user/network support
Multiple users
Entry locking (check-in/check-out) system
Access privileges
User statistics / monitoring
Integrated corpus query tool
Wordlist
Inline cross-references
XML Importer
XML Line by Line Importer
Ruler Tool
Advanced Statistics And Statistics Filters
Wordcount
Scripting language and ‘formulas’
Reader
Localisation support
Online dictionary support
Online dictionary module
Fully localisable
Online dictionary logging and usage analysis module
Extendibility
Fully customisable sorting
Fully customisable input/output architecture

Target Audience
It’s suitable for major publishers, government organizations, researchers, wealth managers, investors, all professionals, professors, libraries, institutions and individuals worldwide.

Duration
The research project lasts for (6) six months for LEXICOGRAPHICAL CITATION and collection of entries. Following that a team of editorial specialists would then analyse the etymological and linguistic setting of it. The work is then passed onto reviewers as shown below. Research would be grouped into
1. Contributors
2. Editorial Specialists
3. Reviewers
4. Advisory Board

Lexicographer
©Bachiesichang

Citation Data Based
All the citations and collected entries is preserved in a citation database for continuous research and revision

Editorial Specialists
All respectable authorities in the wealth management, financial and corporate world etc or of academic calling who are by all standards deemed luminaries in high regard

Corpora Developer
©® Crown University College Ghana

Advisory Panel
Seasoned industry expertise

Introduction from
AAFM India

Consultants
Seasoned industry expertise

Foreword
Prof. Dr. George S. Mentz

Message from the AAFM Global Presidential Board

Publishers
Crown University Press

Printed By
Xlibris Corporation (A Subsidiary of Penguin Books)

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Crown University College Ghana, commence work on the construction of Toropei, Zomlanpei, Dakolupei multi-purpose Irrigation Dam

Crown University College,Ghana www.cucg.co.uk

ENG

Barely a year ago Crown University as part of its community centeredness initiated a study aimed at reducing poverty, unemployment and ensuring sustainable livelihood signed an MOU with the Institution of Engineering and Technology, Ghana to construct a multi-purpose irrigation dam at three selected communities (Torope, Zomlanpe and Dakolipe) in the Central Gonja District of Northern Ghana. Work has just begun for the construction of the dam, led by the City resident Engineer-Engineer John Bosco.

Earlier this year a study was undertaken to ascertain;
(a) The problem of seasonal unemployment in the Northern region.
(b) To fixed the scarcity and good drinking water problem during drought season.
(c) To stop the youth from migrating to the southern Ghana in search of non existing jobs.
(d) To beef up the standards of living of these traditional areas.
(e) To build or construct an irrigation Dam for the traditional area.

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Crown University College Ghana, commence work on the construction of Torope, Zomlanpe, Dakolupe multi-purpose Irrigation Dam

ENGTorope, Zomlanpe & Dakolupe gets multi-purpose Irrigation Dam.

Barely a year ago Crown University as part of its community centeredness initiated a study aimed at reducing poverty, unemployment and ensuring sustainable livelihood signed an MOU with the Institution of Engineering and Technology, Ghana to construct a multi-purpose irrigation dam at three selected communities (Torope, Zomlanpe and Dakolipe) in the Central Gonja District of Northern Ghana. Work has just begun for the construction of the dam, led by the City resident Engineer-Engineer John Bosco.

Earlier this year a study was undertaken to ascertain:
(a) The problem of seasonal unemployment in the Northern region.
(b) To fixed the scarcity and good drinking water problem during the dry season.
(c) To stop the youth from migrating to the southern Ghana in search of non existing jobs.
(d) To beef up the standards of living of these traditional areas.
(e) To build or construct an irrigation dam for the traditional area.

Crown research team identified that Northern Ghana is made of three different regions, namely Northern, Upper East and Upper West Regions. The main occupations of the people are farming and livestock rearing. They farm both large and small scale but mostly cash crops and commercial farming. In Northern Region the land is flat and fertile which support many plantation projects and crops. The people are industrious, but with seasonal unemployment as the major canker. Basically, farming taking place in the rainy season is also a season for unemployment as farmers are jobless and the youth also running down to the South in search of non-existing jobs called ‘kayayo’. In the dry season many people then move to the rest of the regions in search of jobs. Central Gonja District is one of the largest districts in Ghana, which also has the volta rivers (black and white).

The main heart of farming activities are in the Gonjaland for that matter Central Gonja. Gonjaland is headed by the overlord King of the Gonja kingdom known as Yagbonwura with five sub-kingdoms. The place is endowed with natural resources such us land, cement, game reserves, sheanuts, cement, agriculture and some minerals like Gold and limestone.

Furthermore, Kusawgu is one of the sub-kingdoms in Gonjaland kingdoms. It is the last division but carries the majority of the resources. It is also endowed with agricultural reserves which is the engine of Ghana’s economy.

Kusawgu also has 77 communities under its jurisdiction, with their main occupation as farming and livestock rearing. The main problem in these areas is water. In the rainy season, water is abundant for these people to use for farming which makes employment stable but in the dry season it’s scarce. The available water sources like dams virtually dried thereby making life uncomfortable for these people. This even makes them travel as far as ten (10) miles in search of drinking water.

Water shortage is the main challenge of the people of Kusawgu Traditional area. This makes economic activities such us sheanut and sheabutter processing come to a halt during this peak season. The processing of sheabutter needs a lot of water. Buipe is the district capital of Kusawgu traditional area and it has two industries/factories; Sheanut factory and cement factory located in this district near the Black Volta River. There are a lot of such natural resources at Kusawgu and its surrounding communities which they could have explore such opportunities if given the needed assistance.

The people are using the traditional method of farming that is subsistence and this small way of farming cannot bring development to the people as they farm for consumption and not for commercial bases. Kusawgu traditional area has the yearning for an irrigation dam which can solve the problem of seasonal unemployment in the area and the whole region in general. When this is done, it will assist people with the requisite capabilities to farm, both in the rainy season and in the dry season so as to boost agriculture in the sector and Ghana as a whole.

Also, it will make Kusawgu tradional area the centre of agriculture and livestock rearing in Northern Ghana. Through this, jobs opportunities will be created in the North. Crown believes that  the irrigation dam will help a lot of industrial activities in the area. It will help mobilized the human resources (youth) and put them in the right job opportunities so as to realized their dreams. Through this rural urban migration will also be minimized. It will further help fixed the water scarcity during drought and save both human and animals live in the area. As it is said ″water is life″ and good portable water for drinking and domestic uses.

Our team of research consultants identified that Kusawgu traditional area has four electoral areas, Kusawgu electoral area, Sakpala electoral area,Yapei electoral area, and Junction electoral area. Among all these electoral areas it’s only Yapei electoral area that has White Volta flowing at the town. The rest of the places mentioned above have water problems though with a very high population. According to Ghana’s electoral commission(EC) the total number of eligible voters as at December 2012 elections is six(6) thousand people ranging from 18 and above for Sankpala electoral area only. Kusawgu Township alone is 1,508 who are without good drinking water. Torope, Zomlanpe and Dakolipe are communities under Sankpala electoral area and all these communities are suffering from good drinking water thereby making farming activities in these communities difficult.

RESEARCH FINDINGS
This study revealed that, in the three Northern regions, majority of the people are all farmers where most farmers do subsistence farming to feed their families while small number of them also farm for  commercial bases. The study shows that there is  flat and fertile land at kusawgu and sakpala traditional area where agriculture can be carried out.

Also, findings revealed that most of the people especially the youth run from these communities to the south in search of jobs. In the dry season they is absolutely nothing for the people to do in order to earn something to feed themselves as well as their families, they finally end up selling the farm produce they harvest to feed families.

In addition, they still farm with hoes and cutlasses. This can never better their situation unless modern mechanized methods of farming is introduced such as tractors, combine harvesters etc. With the aparant lack of portable its very common to see folks drinking from dug outs contaminated by animals. The University’s findings reveals that all the respondents interviewed yearned for an irrigation dam. Again it was discovered that if standards of living would improve then there is the need for this dam to be constructed/build.

It is in the wake of these findings and developments that Crown University College Ghana cut the sod to commence the construction of such an irrigation dam to help better the lives of the people of Central Gonjaland, to curb the acute water shortage and to help improve the standards of living of the people of Northern Ghana as part of the University’s community centeredness.

ENG
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Address: P. O. Box YK 1487, Kanda Accra-Ghana
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Crown University College Ghana, commence work on the construction of Toropei, Zomlanpei, Dakolupei multi-purpose Irrigation Dam

ENG

Barely a year ago Crown University as part of its community centeredness initiated a study aimed at reducing poverty, unemployment and ensuring sustainable livelihood signed an MOU with the Institution of Engineering and Technology, Ghana to construct a multi-purpose irrigation dam at three selected communities (Torope, Zomlanpe and Dakolipe) in the Central Gonja District of Northern Ghana. Work has just begun for the construction of the dam, led by the City resident Engineer-Engineer John Bosco.

Earlier this year a study was undertaken to ascertain;
(a) The problem of seasonal unemployment in the Northern region.
(b) To fixed the scarcity and good drinking water problem during drought season.
(c) To stop the youth from migrating to the southern Ghana in search of non existing jobs.
(d) To beef up the standards of living of these traditional areas.
(e) To build or construct an irrigation Dam for the traditional area.

Crown research team identified that Northern Ghana is made of three different regions, namely Northern Region, Upper East and Upper West Region. The main occupations of the people are farming and livestock rearing. They farm both large and small scale but mostly, cash crops and commercial farming. In Northern Region, the land is flat and fertile which support many plantations and crops. The people are industrious, but with seasonal unemployment as a major canker. Basically, farming taking place in the rainy season is also a season for unemployment as farmers are jobless and the youth also running down to South in search of nonexistent job

called ‘kayayo’. Many people then move to the rest of the regions in search of jobs. Central Gonja District is one of the largest districts in Ghana, which also have the volta rivers (black and white).

The main heart of farming activities are in the Gonjaland for that matter Central Gonja. Gonjaland is headed by the overlord king of the Gonja kingdom known as Yagbonwura with five sub-kingdoms. The place is endowed with natural resources such us land, cement, game reserves, sheanuts, agriculture and some minerals like Gold in Ghana.

Furthermore, Kusawgu is one of the sub-kingdoms in Gonjaland kingdom. Kasawgu is the last division but carries the majority of the resources. It is endowed with agricultural reserves which is the engine of Ghana’s economy.

Kusawgu also has 77 communities under its jurisdiction, with their main occupation as farming and rearing livestock. The main problem in these areas is water. In the rainy season, water is abundant for these people to use for farming which makes employment stable but in the dry season, water is scarce with the available water sources like dams virtually dried thereby making life uncomfortable for these people. This even makes them travel as far as ten (10) miles in search of drinking water.

Water shortage is the main challenge of the people of Kusawgu Traditional area. This makes economic activities such us sheanut and sheabutter processing come to a halt during this peak season. The processing of sheabutter needs a lot of water. Buipe is the district capital of Kusawgu traditional area and it has two industries/factories; Sheanut factory and cement factory located in this district near the Black Volta River. There are a lot of such natural resources at Kusawgu and its surrounding communities which they could have explore such opportunities if given the needed assistance.

The people are using the traditional method of farming that is subsistence and that, this small way of farming can never brings development to the people as they farm for consumption and not for commercial bases.

Kusawgu traditional area has a vision to put up a very strong irrigation dam which can solve the problem of seasonal unemployment in the area and the whole region in general.
When this is done, it will assist people with the requisite capabilities to farm, both in the rainy season and in the dry season so as to boost agriculture in the sector and Ghana as a

Also, it will make Kusawgu tradional area the centre of agriculture and livestock farming in Northern Ghana. Through this, jobs opportunities will be created in the North.
The irrigation dam will help a lot of industrial activities in the area. It will help mobilized the human resources (youth) and put them in the right job opportunities so as to realized their dreams. Through this rural urban migration will also be minimized.
It will furthermore help to fixed water scarcity problem during drought and save both human and animals live in the area. As it is said ″water is life″ and good portable water for drinking and domestic duties or uses.

Kusawgu traditional area has four electoral areas, Kusawgu electoral area, Sakpala electoral area,Yapei electoral area, and Junction electoral area. Among all these electoral areas is only Yapei electoral area that has White Volta flowing at the town. The rest of the places mentioned above have water problems with a very high population. According to Ghana’s electoral commission(EC), the total number of eligible voters as at December 2012 elections is six(6) thousand people ranging 18 and above for Sankpala electoral area only.
Kusawgu Township alone is 1508 population who are without good drinking water. Torope, Zomlanpe and Dakolipe are communities under Sankpala electoral area and all these communities are suffering from good drinking water thereby making farming activities in these communities difficult.

RESEARCH FINDINGS
This study revealed that, in the three Northern Ghana, majority of people are all farmers where most farmers do subsistent farming to feed their families while small number of them also farm for a commercial bases. The study shows that there is a flat and fertile land at kusawgu, sakpala traditional area where agriculture can be cultivated.
Also, findings revealed that most of the people especially the youth run from these communities to the south in search of jobs. In the dry season they is absolutely nothing for the people to do in order to earn something to feed themselves as well as the family, they finally end up selling the farm produce they harvest to feed families. Some even go hunger in dry season as a result of this.

In addition, they still farm with hoe and cutlasses that is the olden way of farming. This can never elevate them from the poverty unless changing to tractors, combine harvesters etc. Moreover findings shows that the people lack good potable drinking water rather they drink from dam which their animals also drink from. Furthermore, all the respondents want an irrigation dam to be constructed for them so that in the dry season they can have something doing. This can help the seasonal unemployment that we have in the north. Again it was discovered that, if standard of living would grow up then there is the need for this dam to be constructed/build.

It is in the wake of these findings and development that Crown University College Ghana cut the sod to commence the construction of such an irrigation dam to help better the lives of the people of Central Gonjaland, to curb the acute water shortage and to help improve the standards of living of the people of Northern Ghana as part of the University’s community centeredness.

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