Wanna Talk Finances?

Putting more women in control of their money - free webinar series.

Women feel less confident than men about managing money. How do we fix that?

  • 28% of women feel knowledgeable about finances versus 36% of men
  • Half of women lack confidence with money management
  • Only one in three women (55+) has a private pension versus two in three men

Bank of Ireland/Red C Research Aug 2021

Ailish Gorman, Financial Wellbeing Coach hosts 3 expert panels of finance whizzes as they challenge the stats in our free webinar series.

Take control of your money, build confidence and plan for the future. Each webinar is available to view now.

Becoming financially confident
– 1pm Wed, 9 March

Getting started just got easier. Let’s talk money management and confidence-building tips.

Speakers Kel Galavan, Money Coach @mrssmartmoneyhq, Santis O’Garro, Money Mentor @thecaribbeandub and Peter Cleere, Relationship Manager, Bank of Ireland


Your future, your finances
– 1pm Wed, 6 April

Women live longer on average. Let’s talk protection, wills and future caring costs for ourselves and loved ones.

Speakers Hilary Coates, Healthcare Advisor, Yvonne Donnellan, Wealth Advisor, Bank of Ireland and Juli Rea, Solicitor


Saving, investing, retiring
– 1pm Wed, 4 May

Time out of the workforce reduces earnings, yet living longer takes more resources. Conundrum. Let’s talk saving, investing and retirement options.

Speakers Bernard Walsh, Head of Pensions and Investments, Bank of Ireland and Sinead Ryan, Journalist and Broadcaster

Disclaimer: While great care has been taken in their preparation, these webinars are of a general nature and should not be relied on in relation to specific issues without appropriate financial, insurance, investment or other professional advice. The content of these webinars are for information purposes only and do not constitute an offer or recommendation to buy or sell any investment/pension or to subscribe to any investment management advisory service. While the information is taken from sources we believe to be reliable, we do not guarantee accuracy or completeness and any such information may be incomplete or condensed. BOI does not accept any liability for any loss arising from the use of this information. All opinions and estimates constitute best judgement at the time of publication and are subject to change without notice.