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Money Week is nearing

Financial Advice New Zealand will be holding Money Week next week. Money Week will be dedicated to educating the public on money matters. Money Week will be filled with resources that will are intended to raise awareness and address questions and concerns that the public may have. The daily webinars will be focused on different financial topics and will tap into the knowledge base of different financial experts.  The topics will include financial planning, mortgage, insurance, retirement planning, and investment. The webinars will be led by:

  • Monday 10th: Financial Planning – Hannah McQueen
  • Tuesday 11th: Mortgage Discussion – John Bolton
  • Wednesday 12th: Insurance Discussion – Peter Leitch
  • Thursday 13th: Retirement Planning – Liz Koh
  • Friday 14th: Investment Discussion – Paul Sewell

“Financial Advice NZ goes into overdrive next week to educate the public on the need to get financial advice, particularly in these uncertain times.

Every weekday we are hosting a free public webinar to discuss aspects of financial well-being. These will be hosted by five financial advisers who work every day advising clients. The public will be able to use the chatroom during each webinar to ask questions.”

The FMA have partnered with Financial Advice to run a joint event at The Base in Hamilton. Advisers will be present to chat with attendees, although they will not be providing financial advice. Joining Money Week will provide the public with the opportunity to think about their financial wellbeing and seek professional assistance from advisers.

"This year we are excited to have partnered with the Financial Markets Authority to visit The Base to raise the awareness of the importance of your financial health, wealth and wellbeing. Financial advisers will be on site to provide information to you regarding your general financial wellbeing (note this will not be personalised advice)." Click here to read more

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