The day before the inaugural My Money @ Campus seminar kicked off on Wednesday at Singapore Management University (SMU) , I received an invite from MAS to check out the event.
This is the first in the series of the quarterly My Money seminars, designed to educate investors on various investment products, highlighting the risk-return trade-offs and key issues investors should consider before deciding whether to take up a product.
Usually, I am pretty selective about such invitations and my first thought was erm, I probably won’t gain much from it. But then, I saw this.
Limited bento box dinner and goodies for early birds.
OK – I’m sold! Nah, just kidding. I actually had two reasons to attend after taking a quick glance at the event speakers – Piyush Gupta, CEO of DBS and Christopher Tan, CEO of Providend.
It isn’t often that you get to hear a speaker like the CEO of DBS …