KNOW YOUR MONEY, GROW YOUR MONEY – BUSINESS AND PERSONAL RUNWAYS
Sat 25 July, 11h00
We tell ourselves a lot of stories about money. We think money only affects those who have money. We think there’s a single right answer to our financial situation. We think there’s a difference between managing our own finances and that of small business. In this webinar by Just One Lap CEO Kristia van Heerden, we dispel these myths and show you how to do it all yourself.
She will be joined by Hilary Mangwanya from Absa Retail and Business Bank and Jeff Gable, Absa Chief Economist for further insights on business finance and business survival in COVID-19.
What you’ll learn:
- How to arm yourself for good financial decision-making
- How to think about money when you don’t have any
- How the principles of managing personal and business finance are similar
- Tools for small business survival in COVID-19
About your hosts:
Kristia van Heerden is a financial journalist passionate about financial education and inclusion. She is part of the Just One Lap team, an investment education platform, and has a weekly podcast titled “The Fat Wallet”, which covers all the questions related to money that we are too afraid to ask.
Kristia is the former editor of Finweek.com and co-hosted the title’s weekly television show Finweek: Money Matters on an ad hoc basis. Time travel, the ability to raise a goat and writing a masterpiece are among her personal and professional goals.
Our next speaker, Hilary Mangwanya, heads up Savings & Investments for Relationship Banking at Absa’s Retail and Business Bank. He holds both an MBA and a BSc Honours in Electrical Engineering from the University of Zimbabwe. Hilary also has several executive development programs to his name and has spent the last twenty years in banking roles, including Structured Debt Finance, Leasing and Asset Based Finance, Investments & Liquidity Management. He is richly qualified to talk about forging the best financial future for a business and the resources available, especially as we deal with the impact Covid-19 is having.
Jeff Gable is Absa’s Head of Research and Chief Economist. He is a well-known Emerging Market Economist, working locally and internationally. Jeff is Canadian, and in fact spent part of his early career working for the International Monetary Fund and the Central Bank of Canada. He has called South Africa home for the last fourteen years. Jeff will share his insight on the rapidly changing economic environment we’re dealing with.