3rd May 2023 Webinar
As a nation, the British have a reputation of shying away from talking about money. But why is this? And what are the longer-term impacts of keeping your financial plans personal?
Watch our panel of experts as they discuss why more than half of British HNWIs don’t feel comfortable talking to their families about money, exploring the benefits in opening up, and providing real life examples to help you start the conversation.
Television presenter, broadcast journalist and author
Joanna is a very experienced broadcaster, with 30 years’ worth of experience working in radio and television under her belt. Previously, she has worked for Sky and ITN and is now one of the best-known faces on BBC news, as the main mid-morning anchor on the News Channel.
Investment Manager. Charles Stanley
Tsitsi Mutiti is a Chartered Fellow of the Chartered Institute for Securities & Investment (CISI). She manages bespoke Discretionary portfolios for private clients, charities and trusts. She also covers consumer discretionary, industrial, basic materials and energy companies as well as UK and Japanese funds. Tsitsi is a founding member of the Innovation Through Inclusion Group which supports Charles Stanley's diversity agenda; and a member of the editorial panel for the CISI's magazine, The Review. Tsitsi is the proud recipient of the 2018 Women In Finance and 2019 Citywealth Powerwomen Rising Star of the Year awards.
Behavioural Economics Expert
Paul Craven is a London-based investment specialist whose prime focus is behavioural economics. Retired from Goldman Sachs Asset Management after 27 years in the world of financial markets, pension fund investment and behavioural economics, Paul is now CEO of his own company Craven Partners Ltd.