Cofounder and CEO of Financial Alliance, Mr Vincent Ee, answers common questions on how to manage finances.
Looking for a career that allows you to be honest and helps you remain unbiased when providing your clients with financial advice?
Healthy, Wealthy, Happy Life Seminar on 21st October 2017
Venue: Lifelong Learning Institute, Event Hall Level 1-1, 11, Eunos Road 8, Singapore 408601
Date: 21st October 2017
Time: 2.00 pm to 5.00 pm
Physical, mental and social statuses change as life progresses from one stage to another. In addition to deteriorating physical health, this transition of life can lead to stress, anxiety and/or depression. This Healthy, Wealthy and Happy Life seminar tackles all the issues stated with the help of Dr. Tan Hong Yee from the Farrer Park Hospital, Dr. Vincent Lai from the Farrer Park Hospital and Mr. Lee Wei Meng from Financial Alliance.
On 27 July 2017, Mr Vincent Ee, Managing Director of Financial Alliance, received the Singapore Quality Class Star and People Developer plaques from Professor Cham Tao Soon
We have seen a period of unprecedented injection of liquidity and negative interest rates. Yet, despite these efforts, economic expansion globally has remained slow and sluggish.
A happy life is a life that is both healthy and wealthy. After the warm response previous year, Financial Alliance decided to bring back its Happy, Healthy and Wealthy Life seminar this 2017.
With the appointment of Donald Trump as the U.S. President, the future of the global economy is uncertain now more than ever.
The value of gold and shares move in opposite directions. With the start of the US Presidential debate season, it is probable there will be uncertainties in the weeks ahead.
Retirement Income Solution – Retire with Peace of Mind on 29th September 2016
Venue: iFAST Training Room 10 Collyer Quay, Ocean Financial Centre Building #26-01, Singapore 049315
Date: 29th September 2016 (Thursday)
Time: 7:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m.
Many shun retirement planning because they find it a hassle. Before they know it, the day they retire arrives.
Investors worldwide are struggling to build income as government bond yields have turned negative in many countries, including Japan, Germany, Italy and France. With global growth staying soft and Europe grappling with the impact of Brexit and geopolitical risks, central banks are likely to keep monetary policy loose for now.