Have you thought about what you want your net worth to be in the next 10 years?
Before you begin to daydream of joining the 30 billion gang, understand that wealthy people today didn’t start planning, investing, and saving last month, or a year ago. You’ve got to start NOW!
If you’re not sure how to begin, we’re about to get you started.
SLA in partnership with FBNQuest Asset Management is inviting you to join us for a 45-minute webinar with skilled wealth advisor and financial planner – Emmanuella Ekhaguere, on Monday, March 12th, 2018.
Emmanuella will be giving you some tips on how to start planning and investing for your future with your current income.Join SLA & @FBNQuest for a webinar on March 12th to learn how to reach your long-term money goals. Click To Tweet
Some of the topics we’ll cover:
- What you need to know about financial planning.
- The difference between short-term and long-term.
- Steps you need to take to reach your long-term money goals.
- Date: Monday, March 12th
- Time: 12pm Lagos / 1pm Johannesburg/ 2pm Nairobi
Watch the webinar here:
Emmanuella Ekhaguere is Investment Advisor with at FBNQuest Merchant Bank, a subsidiary of FBN Holdings Plc. She has over 15 years of Agricultural banking and financial planning experience from various Financial Service Institutions.
Emmanuella started her career at Kakawa Discount house Limited as a Client Relationship Officer. She later moved to Oceanic Bank (now Ecobank Nigeria).
In deepening her passion and experience in Wealth and Investment Banking, Emmanuella joined MetroCapital Advisory Group in 2008. She has an MBA from Aston Business School Birmingham, United Kingdom, and is a certified financial Planner (CFP), from Florida State University (FSU)
FBNQuest Asset Management is a subsidiary of FBNQuest Merchant Bank, one of the strongest and most dependable financial groups in Africa.
They work with individual and institutional investors to provide a strategy best suited to your investment goals and portfolios, from mutual funds to liquidity management etc.