Moneylife Foundation held a seminar on safe and smart investing for finance students of Atharva College, Malad. While most of the attendees, who are students of business administration and finance, would be expected to have a good grounding in matters of finance, there is little in a college education that can prepare you for the…
In continuing the tradition of educating women about their financial needs and the ways to go about fulfilling them, Moneylife Foundation conducted twin sessions titled “What All Women Need to Know about Money!” This workshop was presented in association with the “Womentoring” programme at the National Human Resources Development Network (NHRD Network). Sucheta Dalal, Founder-Trustee…
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