Session: Stop procrastinating about your finances - start your financial planning today!
Have you sorted your personal finances? Are you sweating when you think about your pension plan or emergency fund?
"I should really sort my pension", "I want to start investing some money, but I don't know where to start" , "My partner takes care of the money in our house".... these are the comments that we hear from many women from all walks of life, from early in their career to even distinguished business women.
Wake up ladies! It’s time to take stock and control of your personal finances and start making your money work hard for you, whatever your starting point is.
In this session, we want to show you easy and actionable steps you can take today to start building your financial future. We are no finance gurus, we have 30 years of consulting, and corporate experience between us. Even more important, we realised that our workplace pension is not going to save us and serve the ambition we have for our financial planning. So we have done it ourselves. Just dug our hands in the dirt, opened a depot and started investing, learning along the way.
It’s incredible how small steps that you can take now will add up over time to make a huge difference to your financial position. Our advice is not complicated, but actionable, even in these uncertain times, and does not involve paying for the expensive cars of bankers. Just do it, let us show you how!
Bio: Victoria Mallinckrodt & Marie-Eve Menger
We, Victoria & Marie-Eve, combine more than 30 years of experience in business from consulting, industry experience to innovation, startup and self-starting initiatives.
We are no financial experts, but with good careers and increasing incomes, we wanted to make sure to invest wisely to safeguard against bad times and build a healthy financial future, not only for retirement, but also from living. As we are doing this ourselves, it should be easy to set up and maintain.
We noticed that many friends and women we meet are not doing anything for their financial future or planning. We want to change this and we are currently looking into how we can support women to take the financial future into their own hands.