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Maximising Your Money

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​CPF Board

​Description:

Make the best of your weekend this 22 October! Find out how your CPF gives you a head start in saving for your future and discover other ways to put your money to work.

Our speakers, Mr Soh Chin Heng (Deputy CEO of CPF Board), Mr Christopher Tan (CEO of Providend) and Mr Loo Cheng Chuan (CPF Member), will also share some little-known tips on how you can reach your financial goals faster.

 

2.45 pm - Registration

3:30 pm - 'Milking Your CPF' by Mr Soh Chin Heng, Deputy CEO, Services (CPF Board)

4.10 pm - 'How to save $1 million by 65' by Mr Loo Cheng Chuan, CPF member

4.40 pm - 'Investing towards Your Retirement' by Mr Christopher Tan, CEO (Providend)

5.20 pm - Panel discussion moderated by Ms Lorna Tan, Invest Editor (The Sunday Times)

6.00 pm - Event ends

 

The session will end with a panel discussion moderated by Ms Lorna Tan (Invest Editor of The Sunday Times). Seats are available on a first come, first served basis. Register now to avoid disappointment!

Date:22 October 2017
Time:

03:30 PM to 06:00 PM - Registration starts at 2:45 PM

​Venue:

1 Raffles Blvd, Suntec City Convention Centre, Level 3, Summit 1, Singapore 039593

​Registration Details:Click here to register.      
Contact Information:events@cpf.gov.sg

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