Personal Financial Planning course (Islamic)
Personal Financial Planning course by Financial Alliance Islamic Wealth Advisory (FAiWA)
Venue: Ocean Financial Centre Building (near Raffles Place MRT)
Time: 9.30am to 1.00pm
2 February (Module 1 and 2)
23 February (Module 3)
16 March (Module 4)
6 April (Module 5 and 6)
Course notes and refreshments provided.
Participants who complete all 6 modules will be given a certificate of attendance.
Module 1: Introduction to Financial Planning
Why is financial planning important
The difference between conventional & Islamic financial planning
The main areas of financial planning
Module 2: Cashflow and Debt Management
The importance of cashflow management
Understanding financial stability
Islam and debt
Choices available for those in debt
Module 3: Risk Management
Why risk management is important
The difference between conventional and Islamic risk management
Major mistakes in risk management
How to build a proper risk management portfolio
Module 4: Investment Planning
The difference between Islamic and conventional investment planning
Key things to consider when investing
Major mistakes when investing
Investing at different life cycles: retirement, family, fresh graduates
Module 5: Zakat and Wakaf Planning
Zakat and wakaf in Islam
Understanding zakat and wakaf in Singapore
Calculating the various zakat
Module 6: Estate Planning
Faraid vs Estate Planning
Estate planning in Singapore
Case studies of issues arising from lack of estate planning
To register, please email softcopy of completed registration form to email@example.com
Alternatively, post completed form and cheque payable to 'Financial Alliance Pte Ltd'.
Address: NO. 2 BUKIT MERAH CENTRAL #10-00 SINGAPORE 159835
Please write 'PFP course, name and Nric' at the back of the cheque.
For enquiries, please contact us at 6222-1889 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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