Personal financial management
Time: 3:00 PM – 5:00 PM
Location: Online webinar
Financial planning skill helps you fulfill the needs of your future while improving your standard of living and relieve financial stress.
Think Rich, Grow Rich – Tips to Manage Your Money
We all want our financial lives to be healthy and well organized. Many factors could affect your financial planning, such as salary change, job loss, getting married, having kids, etc., which can make us uncertain about how much to spend, to save, or to invest. Financial planning skill helps you fulfill your future needs while improving your standard of living and relieve financial stress.
But where do we start?
Join this online webinar “How to manage your money” – designed specifically for RMIT alumni community – to learn the practical tactics of Personal Financial Planning, which allows you to control your financial situation and provides a feeling of security and less stress. Alumni will learn how to save, how to spend, and how to start their investments.
Why do we need Personal Financial Planning?
Here is the advice from our trainer:
- Planning is always better than no planning at all
- Life is long with different stages. To live an enjoyable and successful life, planning really helps. As finance is a very important and integral part of life, financial planning is vital.
- Life is full of surprises (both good and bad ones!). We need to save for the rainy days and planning helps bring security and peace of mind.
Who Should Attend?
- RMIT alumni, students and staff between 20-35 who are curious about making smarter decisions in spending, saving, and investments
- Anyone who is going through (or planning for) milestones of their lives such as getting a new job, getting married, having babies, etc.
Meet the presenters
Trainer: Mr. Hoang Quoc Dat, Head of Investor at Vinhomes
Facilitator: Ms. Nguyen Khanh Linh, Alumni Consultant at RMIT Vietnam
Before joining Vingroup as Head of Investor Relations for Vinhomes in early 2020, Mr. Dat spent 14 years on the sell side of the capital markets as a salesperson with his last position being Head of Sales at Maybank Kim Eng. Dat started his career at Ernst & Young (UK) as an audit associate. He received a degree in Business Economics and Finance from London Metropolitan University.