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Culture & B2C

How women can make the most of their money

London |
Speakers include:
Bola Sol

Bola Sol

Merisha Stevenson

Merisha Stevenson

Melanie Eusebe

Melanie Eusebe

Overview

Do you want ideas on making your income go further? Are your personal finances due an MOT? Are you a parent looking to make arrangements for your kids? If you’re looking for ways to get more from your money, this event is for you. Come and meet the Financial Times’s Emma Agyemang, personal finance reporter, as she hosts a discussion with a team of expert women:

  • Bola Sol is a mathematics and finance graduate who is passionate about women coming together to discuss money matters. She created the platform Refined Currency in 2015 and its sister company Rich Girl Chronicles
  • Merisha Stevenson is an award-winning entrepreneur, strategist, speaker, broadcaster and BBC producer. She has nearly 20 years’ experience in running her own business and developing business growth strategies for other companies
  • Melanie Eusebe is an award-winning entrepreneur and business strategist. She works with aspiring leaders to identify priorities and initiatives for revenue-generation and sustainable growth

 

Introduced by Black Ballad Founder Tobi Oredein, the event at Financial Times HQ will include drinks, tips on everything from investments to dealing with debt, and the chance to put your own personal finance questions to the panel.

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Disabled access is available. If you have any special requirements, please contact hannah.sarney@ft.com.

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Agenda - 14th Oct

  • 6:00pm
    Drinks reception
  • 6:30pm
    Panel discussion and Q&A
  • 8:00pm
    Networking and drinks
  • 8:30pm
    Close

Location

Bracken House
1 Friday Street
London EC4M 9BT

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Speakers (5)

Bola Sol

Bola Sol

Founder of Refined Currency and Rich Girl Chronicles

Bola Sol is a mathematics and finance graduate who is passionate about women coming together to discuss money matters. She created the platform Refined Currency in 2015 and its sister company Rich Girl Chronicles. She has interviewed the likes of Leomie Anderson and Kate Thornton, and has weekly chats on social media about money.

Merisha Stevenson

Merisha Stevenson

Strategist, wealth coach and broadcast journalist

Merisha Stevenson is an award-winning entrepreneur, strategist, speaker, broadcaster and BBC producer. She has almost 20 years’ experience in running her own business and developing growth strategies for other companies. Through her range of workshops, seminars and shows  Merisha is committed to using her experience to champion women in leadership and governance roles, and help her clients develop strategies for financial freedom.

Melanie Eusebe

Melanie Eusebe

Entrepreneur and business strategist

Melanie Eusebe is an award-winning entrepreneur and business strategist. She works with aspiring leaders to identify priorities and initiatives for revenue-generation and sustainable growth. Melanie began her career at Canada’s largest financial services institution. She moved to London to become a Big Four management consultant, running projects for global brands and advising entrepreneurs. In 2014, she co-founded The Black British Business Awards – the largest awards programme of its kind. Melanie was also executive producer of the Women of the World, a global gender equality festival that has reached more than 2m people in five continents.

Emma Agyemang

Emma Agyemang

FT Money reporter
Financial Times
Tobi Oredein

Tobi Oredein

Black Ballad Founder

Tobi Oredein started her career as a journalist writing predominately about race, feminism, beauty politics and popular culture. Tobi's writing made her a prominent voice in mainstream women’s lifestyle media, and in 2018 she was the only black woman on the National Council for the Training of Journalists' list of most respected journalists in the country. However, it is her work with Black Ballad, a subscription media brand for and by black women, for which she is best known. Since she founded the media company in 2014, the platform has helped black women live their best lives through its content, events and partnerships with black-owned brands. Tobi has been included on the Forbes 30 under 30 list in media and marketing.

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Fees

Ticket

Fees

Standard Ticket   

£25

Please note: The information provided in this forum does not constitute investment advice.  Topics discussed during the event are for general information only and are not intended to be relied upon by individuals in making (or refraining from making) any specific investment decision. Appropriate independent advice should be obtained before making any such decision. The Financial Times Limited does not accept any liability for any loss suffered by any attendee as a result of any such decision.

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Contact Us

If you have any special access requirements please contact hannah.sarney@ft.com.

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