Financial Inclusion // Pensions: Disability, Child and Spouse
April 14 @ 18:00 - 20:00 CEST
Financial Inclusion with Aika Msuya
Financial literacy is the ability to understand and effectively use various financial skills, including personal financial management, budgeting, and investing. People who are financially literate are generally less vulnerable to financial fraud. These skills also help support various life goals, such as saving for education or retirement, using debt responsibly, and running a business.
Pensions: Disability, Child and Spouse
This session will begin with a recap of the information we covered in part 1, and then focus on disability, spouse and child pensions. We will also look at the investment which for many is an important measure to take to ensure we are insured for life.
Using real life examples, we will explore various financial security benefits which are available for you. Whether you are an employee, work for or run a sole proprietorship this session will provide you with more insight into what resources are available to you.
NOTE: if this session is of interest to you and have existing queries, please send an email to email@example.com ahead of time. We will do our best incorporate your specific question into the session.
Aika Msuya is an International Qualified Actuary and a Financial Risk Management professional. Aika started her career as a consultant, working mostly on pensions for large corporates, SMEs and organizations for seven years. She then moved to work as a Pension Fund Actuary for three years.
Following her passion, Aika took a gap year to take an additional master’s degree in Financial Risk Management. She has since been working as a Senior Risk Manager and currently a Specialist in Model Risk Management for DNB Bank.
She juggles with being a professional and raising her 10-year-old daughter. This has made her resilient, compassionate and adaptable to changing environments at work and home.
She likes to be actively involved with other projects within and outside the bank. Aika has recently been a co-host/facilitator of the 2020 Cultural Ambassador’s program. This is a DNB initiative group that help professional newcomers to get closer to landing a relevant job. Aika is passionate about connecting people and likes to organize and host social gatherings within her community. She is also an assistant trainer for her daughter’s track & field team.