Old Mutual Launches Bridal Shower Financial Education Campaign
Old Mutual has a launched a campaign called Bridal Shower Financial Education with the aim of providing newlyweds with financial management knowledge.
The company’s Financial Education Manager, Benard Chiluzi, says the education tackles various areas such as open communication, living within means, financial goals, saving for retirement, debts and review and adjustments.
He said at Lywell and Nollah bridal shower that their focus is to help the couples “embark on their marital journey with a strong financial foundation.”
Chiluzi encouraged the couple to openly discuss their financial goals, priorities, spending habits and create a joint budget that aligns with their shared aspirations.
He also stressed the importance of involving one's partner when considering borrowing money and ensuring that borrowed funds are directed toward investments rather than consumption.
“By adhering to these principles and working together, newlywed couples can build a solid financial foundation that supports their dreams and aspirations.
“With a bright financial future ahead, they can achieve their goals and establish lasting financial security,” said Chiluzi.