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SIAS-MoneySENSE Workshop Jan 2010

Securities Investors Association Singapore (SIAS) and MoneySENSE will be organising a workshop to help you find out more about how to choose your mortgage plan and make wise investment decisions. Get practical tips from financial experts from SIAS on how you can manage your money wisely.

Date: 9/1/2010
Time: 2pm – 5pm
Venue: SGX Auditorium, 2 Shenton Way, 2nd Level, SGX Centre 1

Programme Highlights:

house money

  • How does your mortgage fits into your financial plan and current mortgage trends
  • Understanding the mechanics of a home loan – how the bank thinks in assessing a loan
  • Understanding the investment process, risks & returns, asset allocation
  • Understanding different investment instruments in investment portfolios
  • Understanding your risk profile and suitability of different kinds of investment

Registration fee: $35 per person or $60 per couple

To register, click here. For couple registration, call SIAS at 6227 2683.

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3 comments
layman says 9 years ago

I have attended one of the talks conducted by SIAS last year. Some speakers came from SMU and covered general financial concepts. I think it is quite useful.

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Garrett says 9 years ago

Has anyone been to such workshops which invite financial “experts” to give a talk? Is it real financial education or is it for the purpose of milking innocent consumers in buying a lemon product?

Just curious…

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    lioninvestor says 9 years ago

    Hi Garrett,

    Those organised by Moneysense are usually fine. MoneySENSE is an initiative by our government to promote financial literacy. Being non-profit oriented, they do not need to sell lemons to make a profit or even break even for their sessions.

    For those events organised by brokerages, they are more for branding and also to get people to use their platform.

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