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This is a book club for financially-savvy women (or soon-to-be!). Join us to become a confident and responsible investor by reading life-changing investing and personal finance books.

The objective is to learn to invest the right way so that you can build financial security over the long term in a way that is sustainable for our environment and for society.

In addition to book discussions, I am also regularly adding events that are related to the topic in one way or the other ;-)

Hope you will join us! I can't wait to meet you.

Take care,

Aysha

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Organizer:

Aysha van de Paer
www.ayshavdp.com
A blog on Investing for Women

"Helping women become confident and responsible investors to build financial security over the long term in a way that is sustainable for the environment and society"

Bevorstehende Events (5+)

COFFEE - Let's have a quick coffee!

Tessinerpl. 7

Hi there, I would love to end the week over a quick coffee with you ;-) So come as you like and I will be there! See you soon, Aysha

EVENT - Frauen und Geld @MoneyWeek

Bahnhofstrasse 62

Hi there, I am thrilled to invite you to this MoneyWeek event which will be mostly in German (though I will probably speak in English ;-) ABOUT THE EVENT Wie gründe ich eine Schule ohne Anschubfinanzierung? Was passiert wirklich wenn mein Partner stirbt? Warum gibt man einen tollen Job auf, um die Welt zu verändern? Vier Frauen - vier Geschichten die bewegen. Sprecher: - Susanne Arnold - Founder Kinder Campus - Aysha van de Paer Founder - 'A Blog on Investing for Women' - Olga Miler - Award-winning Innovator - Moderation: Desiree Dosch ABOUT MONEYWEEK In May, MoneyWeek (www.mymoneyweek.ch) is coming to Zurich! MoneyWeek is a non-profit project, organized by a team of volunteers. As a completely independent, open platform, the organizers would like to provide everyone in Switzerland with more practical knowledge about money in a simple and fun way. Why is that important? Because good money management prevents poverty in old age, helps avoid consumer debt and gives you the freedom to make the most of your life. Make a date with your money - join us from 6 to 11 May 2019 in Zurich, Basel and Bern. You can buy a ticket for CHF 15 on the MoneyWeek webpage: https://www.mymoneyweek.ch/events/in-zurich-ger-frauen-geld?lang=en

EVENT - Money When You Move @MoneyWeek

Bahnhofstrasse 12

Hi there, I am thrilled to invite you to this MoneyWeek event during which I will talk about how to manage and invest money as an expat! ABOUT THE EVENT Living the expat life is a great way to grow and develop! But investing and managing your money is a lot less straight forward. Having lived in New York, Dubai, Amsterdam, San Francisco, Munich and now Zurich, I will share tips on how to invest and manage your money when you are on the move. ABOUT MONEYWEEK In May, MoneyWeek (www.mymoneyweek.ch) is coming to Zurich! MoneyWeek is a non-profit project, organized by a team of volunteers. As a completely independent, open platform, the organizers would like to provide everyone in Switzerland with more practical knowledge about money in a simple and fun way. Why is that important? Because good money management prevents poverty in old age, helps avoid consumer debt and gives you the freedom to make the most of your life. Make a date with your money - join us from 6 to 11 May 2019 in Zurich, Basel and Bern. You can buy a ticket for CHF 15 on the MoneyWeek webpage: https://www.mymoneyweek.ch/events/in-zurich-en-money-when-you-move

BOOK - “Millionaire Expat: How To Build Wealth Living Overseas” by Andrew Hallam

For this upcoming session of the She Invests! book club, let’s discuss: Millionaire Expat: How To Build Wealth Living Overseas by Andrew Hallam Millionaire Expat is one of the rare books that cover the topic of investing for anyone outside of the United States. This is why it is a great read for so many, including for women who reside in their home country (which is not the US). It deals with currency and multi-country pension planning. All of this in an easy-to-read and rather entertaining book. Andrew Hallam is (rightfully!) a strong advocate of passive investing and simple do-it-yourself portfolios. Andrew was a high school teacher who built a million-dollar portfolio--on a teacher's salary. He knows how everyday people can achieve success in the market. In Millionaire Expat, he tailors his best advice to the unique needs of those living overseas to give you the targeted, real-world guidance you need. (--> In addition to reading the book, feel free to learn the basics of investing with my FREE email course: https://bit.ly/2Fi7Pfj) The participation fee includes coffee & tea and a healthy breakfast during the event. Hope to see you there! Aysha Aysha van de Paer www.ayshavdp.com A blog on investing for women "Helping women become confident and responsible investors to build financial security over the long term in a way that is sustainable for the environment and society"

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