Ahead of the Global and European Money Week, on Thursday, March 23, at 6 PM, in the premises of the ICT Hub, Money Meetup will be held, an event which aims to improve financial literacy and raise awareness of its importance.
The event is traditionally organized by the Center for Financial Education and Strengthening (CEFIN) with the support of Erste Bank, and this year, it will encompass three educational panel discussions, where the visitors will be able to hear expert advice about how to be financially more stable and how to save and invest their money. Participation in the event is free, but due to the limited number of places, it is necessary for everybody who wants to attend to apply at the link: https://bit.ly/NedeljaNovca2023
Why it is important to be financially healthy, what the biggest challenges and traps on the road to financial health are, as well as how we can improve our finances management, are only some of the questions to be discussed at the first panel discussion, which deals with the topic of financial health. The discussion will be moderated by Marija Mutic, CSR and financial education manager at Erste Bank Serbia.
The information on the state of the real estate market, the prices of real estate and whether now is the right time to buy real estate will be shared with the attendees by Nikola Djogatovic, the commercial services executive manager at Novaston, a real estate management platform. The panel will be moderated by Biljana Aleksic, the vice-president of CEFIN.
At the final panel, there will be talk about stock exchange trading and whether it can help us diversify our investment portfolio. The main collocutor of the moderator of this panel, a financial coach and the president of CEFIN, Karolina Herbut, will be Dr. Rade Rakocevic, a stock exchange expert and founder of Senzal Capital.
The Global Money Week
is marked every year worldwide at the initiative of the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) and Child and Youth Finance International (CYFI). The purpose of marking the week is for the youngest population and the general public to be introduced to the basic concepts from the field of finance through adequate lectures and other educational activities.