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Securing your Retirement seminar series a hit in Kapiti
March 2017

Over a 100 people attended a recent retirement seminar in Kapiti led by local financial planner Liz Koh along with well-known economist, Bernard Hickey; and Lifetime CEO, Ralph Stewart.

Lifetime is touring New Zealand this March and there have been large audiences at the South Island venues as well as Wellington, the Hutt Valley and Kapiti. The tour resumes next week in the North Island.

The Speakers gave retirees practical advice on ways to effectively manage their money through retirement. They talked about some of the key financial risks that retirees face and how to ensure your nest egg lasts as long as you do.

Last year over 2,000 people attended these seminars. The seminars are free but spaces are limited.


Liz Koh says anyone who missed out on the seminar should feel free to contact her for more information at liz.koh@moneymax.co.nz

THE SPEAKERS

Bernard Hickey
Beware of volatile investments
Bernard has been an economist and financial journalist for 25 years. He has worked for Reuters, the Financial Times, and Fairfax Media. Bernard appears regularly on Radio New Zealand, Radio Live, TVNZ, and TV3.


Liz Koh
Get an Income to last a Lifetime
Liz is an economist, financial adviser, and author who specializes in common sense financial advice. She is the author of popular financial advice book, 'Your Money Personality'. Liz is a keen property investor and is a member to the Capital Property Investors Association.


Ralph Stewart
Plan for the Unexpected
Ralph has over 30 years of experience in financial services and was previously CEO of AXA Insurance and the ACC. At AXA, Ralph set up one of the first KiwiSaver schemes in New Zealand and has subsequently established Lifetime Retirement Income to help New Zealanders transition from saving to spending in retirement.


 
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