Did you know? Less than half of New Brunswick women say they feel confident when it comes to managing their finances.
This November, we are focusing our efforts on helping women gain confidence, take control of their personal finances and build good savings habits to help grow their financial resilience. Check out our tools and resources to help you build your financial knowledge.
Financial resilience is having the ability to adapt and persevere through unexpected life events – like welcoming a new baby or a sudden illness. Help promote financial resilience within your workplace or organization with FCNB’s new on-demand presentation, Invest in Yourself: A women’s guide to financial resilience. The presentation is designed to educate women about the barriers they face and help them make a plan to take control of their financial future.
For Financial Literacy Month, we are collaborating with New Brunswick’s Women’s Equality Branch to host Invest in Yourself: A presentation to empower women on the road to financial resilience.
Join us as we release findings from our recent financial resilience survey and share how to use our free, on-demand presentation to help promote financial resilience within your own network.
November 23, 2022 at 2 p.m.
*Simultaneous interpretation will be available.
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