THE MONEY SUMMIT 2020
When you invest money, either by purchasing stocks or shares of a company or by buying mutual funds, your money ends up earning its own earnings. Many of these stocks or mutual funds pay dividends (a percentage of the company’s earnings) each quarter to their investors.
So, while everyone is talking about inflation, investment, recession, mutual funds, stocks, and bonds, do you know what these words mean or how they apply to you directly or indirectly? In other to achieve financial independence, you need to find more ways to make your money work for you—not you for it.
If you are interested in learning how to make your money work for you, then join us on this interactive session with Tosin Olaseinde, Founder, Money Africa on Thursday, April 23, 2020, at 12 noon. Venue: Zoom Meeting App; Financial knowledge made simple as ABC!
Pay Early Bird Registration fee: 3,000 Naira only (Offer ends Monday, April 20, 2020, at 2000Hrs (8 pm) OR Regular Registration Fee (After Early Bird): 5,000 Naira Only (Please Note, any Early bird payment made after the deadline stated above will NOT be refunded)
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0056434098 Sterling bank
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ABOUT The Money Summit Facilitator, Tosin Olaseinde
Oluwatosin is a chartered accountant with 10 years of experience spanning across accounting, audit, financial management and taxation. She is the Founder/CEO of Money Africa, a platform that enhances financial literacy teaching people how to cut down on unnecessary expenses, grow their income and build wealth sustainably.
She started her first job at the age of 20 as an auditor at Horwath Leveton Boner, Johannesburg. Managing large teams and auditing companies listed on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange and Japan Stock Exchange. Subsequent to this, she got selected as one of the top 8 traders in Africa to feature on a stock market trading show that aired in 2012.
She also worked as a financial analyst and Senior Financial analyst at CNBC Africa and Bloomberg TV Africa respectively. She liaised with fund managers and research houses across Nigeria to break financial news through thorough research and mastering market analysis. Also delivered reports on Fixed income, equity, and economy sectors.
In between this, she made her first debut into corporate finance with Phoenix Capital. She managed a team that worked on a key merger and acquisition in the insurance sector. Prior to Money Africa, Oluwatosin was a commercial finance manager at British American Tobacco, providing commercial & financial advice on capital investment and managing marketing investment budget in the 14 different markets across West Africa. Overseeing a budget of over $20 Million.
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