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Let's Talk About Money, with Zanna van Dijk

Posted by Robert Caplan, Financial Planning Director

Last week we held our inaugural ‘Let’s Talk About Money’ event hosted by First Wealth client and social media influencer Zanna Van Dijk

The event brought together leading female voices within finance, wealth management and consumer advice for a panel event that allowed our 50 strong audience of women to put their questions to the experts and share their experiences.

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Our panelists included author of ‘Money: A Users GuideLaura Whateley, Carmel Dickinson of Boring Money, Schroders’ own Gillian Hepburn and Catherine Morgan from The Money Panel.

The goal of the event was to encourage people to start talking about money, finances, savings and investments. To start taking steps towards making positive changes that will lead to financial success. This event succeeded in starting that journey for those that attended.

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We have since had a lot of requests to make this event an on-going series and offer a wider look into financial planning, coaching and advice. Working alongside the brilliant Zanna Van Dijk, we are looking to address a range of topics all aimed at getting more people to consider financial planning, and unlock the many benefits it holds.

Financial planning when delivered in the right way, is something that can bring an enormous amount of joy to someone's life. Whether that is achieved by delivering confidence, providing clarity or by creating an actionable plan that outlines all that you need to do to be successful.

Couldn't make it to the event? Take a look at our highlight video below!

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This article does not constitute advice. Anyone considering any form of financial planning should seek independent financial advice. First Wealth (London) Limited is an appointed representative of Best Practice which is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA). You should note that the FCA does not regulate tax advice.

Past performance is not indicative of future results. The value of your investment may go down as well as up.

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