We sometimes receive calls from customers who received a notice or phone call telling them that their helper has overdue loans.
Very few of us ever receive formal training on how to manage our personal finances. As a result, it’s very easy to learn bad habits or to get into financial difficulties without understanding why. Improved money management awareness can help those who, whether due to lack of knowledge, self-discipline or other obstacles, don’t seem to be able to get a handle on their financial lives.
Send your helper to our Personal Finance Seminar for Helpers
The personal finance seminar is there to provide simple, jargon-free tips and budgeting strategies aimed at allowing helpers to better understand money. It is intended to empower them to take responsibility for their finances with more informed and educated decisions relevant to their lives.
TIME: August 17, 2014 2-4 p.m.
VENUE: Sunbeam Commercial Building, 20/F, 469-471 Nathan Road, Yaumatei MTR exit C
PRESENTER: Godfrey Oyeniran
With more than 15 years’ experience within private banking and stockbroking, Godfrey formed Spiritworth Consulting in Hong Kong to bridge interests in finance and personal development that were originally shaped growing up in the UK.
Financial coaching is not about providing financial advice. It’s about arming the individual with tools to shape their financial independence, confidence and accountability. Having grown up in a household where money was never spoken about, and where a lack of financial understanding had a significant impact on the quality of life, Godfrey appreciates the need for simplicity in explaining finance.
He has worked within the private wealth area as a stock advisor and investment analyst in the UK, the US and Asia. He has a Master of Finance (MFin) through Curtin University, Australia. Having previously attended personal development programmes by the likes of Anthony Robbins and Robert Kiyosaki, Godfrey was also inspired to earn an Executive Diploma in Corporate Coaching from the University of Hong Kong, which has led him to executive and life coach since 2009. He is a professional member of the Hong Kong International Coaching Community (HKICC).