The Ark: Making My Money Work
What is your relationship with money? More importantly do you understand your financial position and how to move it to a place where it enables you to have the life you want now and the future you aspire to? Many of us are not taught how to manage our finances and how to make them work for us, let’s work together to change that on Wednesday 28th March 2018.
This session will get you started on building a knowledgeable and realistic relationship with your finances. SESA has invited speakers who will be able to answer some fundamental questions and more importantly provide practical ways for you to start building the financial landscape you need in your life – so have your questions ready.
In The Ark: Making your money work we will be looking at:
- What is your Money Mindset?
- Where are your finances now and where would you like them to be?
- How can we address debt and money management
- Savings, investments, and future planning
- Property and mortgages as investment options
Introducing our speakers:
Jacqui Ocansey, Project and Personal Finance
Jacqui is a finance professional with significant experience leading project organisations within the Financial Services industry. As a chartered accountant and financial analyst she also has experience managing and advising on both corporate and personal finance. Jacqui works with a clear objective of improving organisational or individual revenue generating opportunities while rationalising costs to contribute to a healthy “bottom line”.
Olaolu Baikie, Financial Education Specialist
Olaolu is co-founder and director at Economic Street, a financial education company that provides workshops, courses, and programmes with the aim of improving financial literacy rates and empowering millennials to make better financial decisions.
Olaolu is also a chartered accountant (ACA), having trained with the professional services firm Grant Thornton. Prior to working at Grant Thornton, he worked at Fidelity International, one of the leading global investment management firms with over $280bn assets under management. He also holds the Level 3 Investment Management Certificate (IMC).
Ola holds a Master’s Degree in Economics from Cambridge University and a Bachelor’s in Financial Economics from the University of Kent.
You can discover more about Economic Street at http://www.economicstreet.com and connect with us on social media (Facebook, Instagram, YouTube, Twitter): @economicstreet
Sameer Suri, Mortgage Specialist
Sameer is a fully qualified mortgage and protection advisor with over a decade experience of working within the financial market. He is a ‘Whole of Market’ mortgage broker and has access to an extensive range of banks and building societies. Sameer believes in understanding the needs of the client and supporting them with his years of knowledge in the financial and mortgage sector to achieve their property ambitions.
The session is free all you have to do is sign up. However, places are limited so please register early to avoid disappointment.
Special extra something to help you get your investment knowledge on point…
Economic Street are running an investment series, taking you through the practical aspects of becoming an investor.
The course has 6 sessions, each covering a unique aspect of investing (from the stock markets to investment products), and runs on Saturday afternoons for 90mins from 7th April – 12th May. You can choose to attend the whole course or book individual sessions to suit your needs.
Tickets are £10 for each session, £50 for the whole course (6 for the price of 5).
As a special offer, they are providing a further 10% discount to all ARK members, that means you! Simply use discount code ARK10 during registration to claim.