|Date:||Wednesday 6 Oct, 4pm - 5pm|
|Location:||AUT City Campus
We are excited to host our next session in the Career Advantage Series with Dr Ayesha Scott, senior lecturer with the Department of Finance.
Save, don’t spend. Buy now, pay later. The sharemarket. The property ladder…and KiwiSaver.
With the pandemic, growing inequality and housing more likely to be unaffordable than affordable, personal financial capability is more important than ever. But what does it mean to be “financially capable”? And what can we all do today to put us in the driver’s seat of financial independence?
This presentation takes a values-based approach to personal finance, sharing what everyone can keep in mind while working toward a fulfilling financial life. Most importantly, we’ll talk about why money matters and finance is fun.
Ayesha is an interdisciplinary researcher, with an agenda that spans violence against women, empirical finance, personal finance and financial econometrics. Passionate about healthy financial relationships and an advocate against economic harm in intimate relationships, Ayesha has partnered with charitable trust Good Shepherd NZ to promote financial and relationship wellbeing for all Kiwis.